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    Kitchen Dictionary: vidalia onion

    Named after the southern Georgia town where they grow, Vidalias have a higher natural sugar and water content.

    plural: vidalia onions

    Ingredient

    Season: April - June

    How to select: Harvest season is April to June, though with cold storage these are available through Fall. Because of the higher sugar level of these onions, they bruise easily.

    How to store: Keep sweet onions like Vidalias in a cool dry place separate from each other. Because of their high moisture content they will mold where they touch.

    How to prepare: Vidalias are known for their sweet flavor and are often eaten raw as well as cooked, making them an excellent choice for salads.

    Substitutions: Substitutes would be Texas Walla Walla and Maui Sweet onions.

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    Monounsaturated Fat 0.0g
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    Dietary Fiber 0.0g %
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