- Store whole onions in a cool, dark place somewhere slightly warmer than the fridge. Good air circulation is best, so don’t stack them.
- Try storing onions in an old nylon stocking: place one in the stocking, tie a knot, and add another, etc. When the stocking is filled, hang it in a cool dark place.
- Store partially used onions in the fridge in an airtight container, leaving the papery outer layer on.
- Onions cause potatoes to sprout, so keep them separate.
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