Walla Walla Onions
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On the outside, Walla Walla onions have the appearance of yellow onions, thin-skinned with a golden brown color. They are large and globular, approximately the size of a softball. Their flavor is distinctly sweet and mild, offering warm yet non-astringent notes. The texture of the flesh is juicy and crisp and perfect for raw applications.
Walla Walla onions may be found year-round with peak season late spring through summer.
Walla Walla onions are botanically classified as Allium cepa. They are a cold hardy biennial onion named after the county of their origin in Washington State. Known for their sweet mild flavor, they were developed by selecting and breeding only those onions with the sweetest, mildest flavors. Though it is not a storage onion like many cellar onion varieties it is known for its ability to be overwintered.