The bulb ends were placed in water and sat in the kitchen window to continue growing more onions. If all goes as planned we won't ever have to buy any more onions !
Source: This idea was found on pinterest. There are several items that can be re-grown from scraps!
By melody_yesterday from Sedalia, MO
Can you freeze green onions?
By Veronica from IN
Freezing chopped green onions or fresh herbs to speed up prep time and reduce spoilage, but a twist is using plastic drink bottles as handy dispensers. When freezing chopped green onions, put them into an old water bottle that you've washed, and use a permanent marker to label the bottle cap with the contents. Freeze. To use, simply remove the cap, shake out just as much as you need, replace the cap and return to the freezer. The clear bottle allows you to quickly see what's inside, and shaking things out of a bottle is faster than spooning them out of a freezer container. I use them in cooked dishes like fried rice, microwave mixed rice, soups, curries or scrambled egg purses you name it.
Remember that moisture is your enemy in freezing, so be sure to dry the green onions thoroughly before chopping to prevent freezer burn. I used a large funnel to get the chopped scallions into the bottle, but you could also cut another plastic bottle in half around the middle and turn it over on top of the larger bottle, creating a do-it-yourself funnel. Green onions do become a bit soft in freezing, so they're best used in cooked dishes as opposed to salads. Use within three weeks of freezing for best quality.
Young green onions may be chopped for salads and sandwiches and frozen without blanching, but they will not be crisp. They will be highly flavored, but may be slightly tough.
Source: MSU Extension