Officially Sweet

As the official Washington State vegetable, the Walla Walla Sweet is not your average onion. Taking the title in 2007, this sweet onion has quite the traveled history. In 1900, a French soldier, Peter Pieri, brought an onion seed from the island of Corsica and planted it in Walla Walla.

While sweet onions are common around the world, the Walla Walla Sweet must be grown in the Walla Walla Valley to officially hold the famed name. These onions are hardy enough to handle an eastern Washington winter and the sweetness comes from the low sulfur content of the soil.
Vince grows them sweet so eat up. To prolong storage, store dried onions in a cool, dark place, one layer deep. Onions can also be placed in a paper bag and kept in the fridge!

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