Cindy Skillman wrote:I have a plant that grows on the hill that I nearly tried a taste of for an onion. I looked it up first, though. Here’s a link. https://naturespoisons.com/2014/11/14/dont-eat-the-death-camas-or-death-anything/ Others who didn’t have a book of local plants didn’t fare as well as I did. They still pop up once in a while, but I pull them whenever I see them. They are apparently widespread.
Nicole Alderman wrote:just buy some bunching onions at the store and plant them! I find it easier than growing from seed, and so far all the organic bunching onions I've bought from the grocery store have been perennial.
Ken W Wilson wrote:Are they frozen solid? If they are only partially frozen they are probably ruined. It seems like if they’re completely frozen, and you keep them frozen, you could cook with them. Just guessing though.
John Weiland wrote: It works pretty well for soups and stews just to grate them from frozen using a serrated knife.....seems to work good enough. Thanks!....
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