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Vidalia onions are
known to folks around the world as the sweetest onions
available. Grown in a 20-county area in the southeastern portion
of the state, these “no-tears” Georgia beauties are sought
for their mind, sweet taste, due to their high sugar and water
content, and the loamy, low-sulfur soil where they’re grown.
In 1990, the Georgia General Assembly declared the Vidalia the
state’s official vegetable. Fresh season for Vidalias runs
roughly May through October, but these onions are available into
late fall, thanks to controlled-atmosphere cold storage and
orange peel, slivered
Vidalia onions, quartered and sliced
ingredients in a bottle with a plastic or glass lid. Let stand
several days in a cool place. Use on fruits and salads.
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