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With the arrival of warm weather, the fresh crunch of spring onions will complement any salad. Identical to the common onion, spring onions offer a little different taste, as they are harvested prematurely for a milder flavor than a regular onion.
Even though most of us use them interchangeably, there really is a difference between spring onions and green onions. Green onions are harvested before a bulb has formed, whereas a spring onion is allowed to form a small bulb before plucking.
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