Walla Walla Onion

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A type of dry onion that gets its name from the town in Washington where the variety originated. They are noted for their brown skins and white flesh, which has a very mild and sweet flavor. They are popular in salads or in other uncooked recipes because their flavor is best when eaten raw.

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