How to Braid Onions for Long-Term Storage
“I’ve seen different ways people put their onions up, including 5 gallon buckets with holes drilled in them, wood boxes with plenty of gaps in the sides, etc. But in my experience, braiding my onions and hanging them up in a cool, dark place is the best place for them.”
Are you growing onions in your garden this summer? If so, you’re going to want to read on about how to braid your onions so you can store them for months. I personally think braiding the onions is the best form of long-term storage because it allows plenty of airflow, which is important to keep them from rotting. It also takes up very little space and makes it easy to quickly yet thoroughly inspect the onions for any sign of rotting as time passes by. Read on to learn how to put up your onions using this handy method!