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What’s the big difference between green onions, spring onions and scallion greens?

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Posted: Saturday, December 28, 2013 12:00 am

Dear Barbara: I found a recipe in Gourmet magazine for Cajun shrimp stew. I would like to make it. It calls for scallion greens. What exactly are scallion greens and can I buy them around here? — Deane from Seattle

Dear Deane: Scallions are immature onions before they form a bulb. They are also referred to as spring onions, green onions and young leeks.

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