To keep onions from spoiling, I place them in the legs of a clean pair of nylon hose. I put them in one at a time and tie a knot between each onion. Then I hang them in a cool dry place. The onions stay fresh much longer because they are well-ventilated and are not touching one another. Terri M., Sequim, Washington
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