The only way to keep the onions is to put them in a cool, cool, dry place. Without proper storage, onions easily turn into a true-breeding medium for bacteria. These bacteria spread even faster in the refrigerator. According to the US National Onion Association (NOA), onions should always stay in their bark and in the open air so they can breathe. Store them in the refrigerator only if they have already been peeled and cut into pieces. So, keep them in an airtight container. On the next page, you will find which foods you should avoid keeping in the refrigerator.
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