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Scallions/Green Onions

Technically an immature onion plant, but usually a variety specifically grown for this purpose.  They’re wonderful and cold hardy and give a mild onion-y flavor to all sorts of recipes.  Here are some of our favorite recipes that use them: Green Onion Pancakes Napa Cabbage with Peanuts and Cilantro

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What’s a Sunchoke?

Jerusalem Artichokes, also known as sunchokes,  are a relative of the sunflower. They are funny looking, but great for your health. Diced up raw, they are crisp and flavorful and can replace water chestnuts in recipes,  or they can be eaten cooked like potatoes! Learn more about them here: http://www.eattheseasons.com/Archive/sunchoke.htm   Here are Read more

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