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Get ready for onions that will rock your culinary world. These juicy, delicate, and vibrant alliums will give any dish a sharp, sweet flavor. Sauté them, grill them, roast them alongside your fave root veggies and get ready to fall in love.
The majority of store-bought onions are grown and shipped from the West Coast, thousands of miles away, where conventional farming methods and extensive transit take a toll on both their flavor and nutrients. The onions are grown in sad soil that relies on harmful chemical fertilizers. By the time onions make it to your grocery store, you don't know for how long they've been stored, what farm they're coming from, and how many hands they've been passed through on their way to you. Does anyone else always find their grocery store onions to be either dried up and shriveled or starting to rot?
These locally-sourced, organically-grown onions are nourished in nutrient-rich soil that result in a flavor and juiciness that you'd never expect from this staple, taken-for-granted veggie. We are rejecting the status quo of bland, past-their-prime onions and are introducing the new star of your kitchen and the best sidekick when making any dish.
I love having a one-stop shop though Local Roots! It makes grocery shopping so much easier and more pleasant!
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Your selected harvests will be delivered and billed weekly. You can skip, edit, or add to your order at any time.
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