How to Store Onions So They Stay Fresh For Months

Stop your cryin’! Keep your onions fresh with some of our favorite tips on how to store them.

Vidalia onions come to maturity during shorter days than other onions. They’re grown as a winter crop with a harvest that begins in Spring and ends at the end of August.

You need to go to the grocery store and stock up on these sweet onion treats while they’re available. I’ve got three tips for storing onions that will keep them fresh for a nice long time.

Store onions in the refrigerator: Wrap each bulb individually in paper towels, which will help absorb moisture, and place them in the crisper with the vents closed.

Onion Storage Tip #1

Store onions in the legs of clean, sheer pantyhose. Yes, really. This is a pretty cool trick. What you do is tie a knot in between each onion.

Onion Storage Tip #2

Don’t store onions with potatoes. It make the onions go bad quicker.

Onion Storage Tip #3

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