Copra Onions produce firm bulbs that have dark yellow skin and white flesh. They are a great onion to stock up on because they store exceptionally well, and will taste fresh even in the middle of a long winter. Copras are sweet and have a bold onion flavor.
Sale Quantity: By the pound
Raw: Add a large slice to sandwiches or burgers, or chop them to add to salads and salsa to add a strong flavor.
Cooked: These onions are delicious grilled, sautéed, roasted or boiled.
Grown in: Student Transitional Organic Field
Preparation and Storage
Preparation: Wash onions just before use and peel the outermost layer off before chopping. Once an onion is sliced, it can be stored in the refirgerator in an air-tight container, and should be used within 7-10 days.
Storage: Store onions in a well-ventilated area that is cool, dark, and dry. Do not store entire onions in plastic bags; it is important to use a breathable bag or container.
Long Term Storage: Copra Onions are known for their long-term storage preformance. Onions should be stored in a well-ventilated bag or crate in a cool, dry location. Store between 32 and 40 degrees F with low humidity, and away from light.
Nutrition: One tablespoon has only 4 calories and is packed with anthocyanins, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. Remove only the very outer layer to preserve the most nutritious parts.
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