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Spring onions are genetically identical to the common onion, but they look and taste differently because they are planted very close together and harvested prematurely to give a milder flavor than a common onion.
Though spring and green onions are often used interchangeably, there is a difference between them. Spring onions have larger leaves and are harvested after a small bulb has formed. Green onions are harvested before any bulb has formed.
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