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How to Freeze Onions

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Olivia Choong

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This article was co-authored by Olivia Choong. Olivia Choong is a Plant and Gardening Specialist and the Owner of The Tender Gardener. With more than six years of experience, she specializes in gardening, permaculture, and self-sufficient and low-impact living practices. Her work has been featured in media outlets such as The Straits Times and Channel NewsAsia (CNA). Olivia holds a Bachelor of Mass Communications in PR and Journalism from Murdoch University. This article has been viewed 281,990 times.

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To freeze onions, start by peeling and chopping the onions to your preferred size. Be sure to keep the pieces larger than 1/2 an inch to prevent ice from forming on them in the freezer. Then, place the onions in a large, resealable freezer bag in a single, flat layer. Press out all the air before you seal it, and mark the bag with the date you froze them. Place the bag in the freezer and use the onions within 6 months.

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