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  • Liska Jewell

    this totally works...Im doing it now..made several salads with snipping off the green tops.

  • Les Wiles

    I love it. I have this issue all the time. I can never use a bunch of green onions fast enough... So I will RE GROW THEM!! :)

  • Sari Sokell

    Regrow your spring onions!

  • Angel Fajardo

    regrow green onions. I tried it with the organic ones I bought. It works.

  • Valerie Jones

    Green Onions Cut

  • Mary Vaughan

    the green onions didn't grow enough to be useful if you eat a lot of them, but still worth it

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