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May 2, 2020 2:54 PM CST
Name: Sharon
McGregor IA (Zone 4b)
I have a white allium growing with HUGE leaves this year. Not sure why they are so large (maybe 16" long) and I am thinking they could be used in a stir fry?
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Jun 4, 2020 10:58 AM CST
Name: K
Seattle, WA (Zone 8b)
As far as I know, there doesn't exist an Allium that is poisonous (to humans). Whether any given plant has
culinary value would be a matter of opinion. So, give it a try!
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Jun 5, 2020 12:22 PM CST
Name: SoCal
Orange County (Zone 10a)
Lazy Gardener or Melonator
I wouldn't eat it, green onions are dirt cheap here, maybe less 10c a bunch, why risk it.
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Jun 6, 2020 7:44 AM CST
central ohio (Zone 5b)
Wow. Those are cheap onions.

I would try it. There's something about fresh from the garden that's both convenient and exciting even if it doesn't save much money.

I'd also taste it first before potentially ruining a stir fry
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Jun 6, 2020 3:16 PM CST
Name: Steve
Port Orchard, WA (Zone 8b)
SoCalGardenNut, mine cost $0.59 to $0.89 for a bunch of 6.
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Jun 6, 2020 3:20 PM CST
Name: SoCal
Orange County (Zone 10a)
Lazy Gardener or Melonator
BrooklynStart said:SoCalGardenNut, mine cost $0.59 to $0.89 for a bunch of 6.



10 bunches here for 99c, we can get vegetables very cheap here. Korean supermarket. I buy just one because I have lots of green onions in my garden starting from sets.
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