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10# of Onions

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    10# of Onions

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    I assume you did he work. Grow them too, or? Anything special for storage, oxygen absorber, or???
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    I LOVE dehydrating. It takes up much less room than canning, is lightweight, easy to carry. I like to make a "soup mix" that has onions, peppers, squash, green beans, kale, sweet potato, carrots, and tomatoes. Throw some of that in a pot of water with a bit of lentils and quinoa, and you have a real hearty soup. Yum. for storage intended for more than a year, I throw in an O2 absorber before sealing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paraquack View Post
    I assume you did he work. Grow them too, or? Anything special for storage, oxygen absorber, or???
    Just a regular 10 pound bag of onions.

    We vacuum seal the jar using a lid sucker attachment thing.
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    lid sucker attachment thing - love it!
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    Nice work.

    I do that with mushrooms instead as the onions will last till summer in the root cellar like the garlic potatoes carrots and such.

    Usually hen of the woods or sulfur/chicken mushrooms. They rehydrate nice with other raw veggies and you don't need to boil off any water.

    I would use those onions for backpacking or for a SHTF mixture with rice/pasta/beans and some spices.

    Good work.

    P.S 1/2 gal jar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Trapper View Post
    P.S 1/2 gal jar?
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