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    A gardener's re-use of sprouted pantry onions - Peel soft outer layers, plant, grow the greens for scallions. Quick pickle for a condiment!

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      A gardener's re-use of sprouted pantry onions - Peel soft outer layers, plant, grow the greens for scallions. Quick pickle for a condiment!

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