A large, bulb-shaped, white, yellow or red colored dry onion that has a sweet, mild flavor. The name Bermuda onion originates from when the onions were first grown in the Bermuda Islands. They are now grown mostly in areas of the United States, such as Texas. Bermuda onion is a name used to refer to several different varieties of onions. Their flavor is sweeter during the peak of the season when first harvested than after they have been stored a while. It is excellent for salads, sandwiches, and cooking. It is just as versatile as the basic yellow onion, but it has a shorter shelf life. Bermuda onions are available throughout the year.
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