Okay on #s 1 & 7. Was #8 ten years already. Wow!
T or C not so sure. I said true, so I looked below. Now I'm really confused! LOL!
, also commonly known as spring onion
, green onion
, or salad onion
, is associated with various members of the genus Allium
that lack a fully-developed bulb. Harvested for its taste, they tend to be milder than other onions
and may be steamed or set in salads
in western cookery and cooked in many Asian
recipes. Diced scallions are often used in soup
dishes, and in sauces
in eastern dishes, after removing the bottom quarter-inch or so of the root end.
Source #2: We Aussies call them shallots, others call them green onions, or scallions, or spring onions, or onion shoots, or breath destroyers… a shallot by any other name would taste as sharp!