Weight Equivalents: Onion 

Green Onions are thought to have originated in Central Asia or possibly the area of West Pakistan and Iran.

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Green onions have small white bulbs and long green stalks.
Onions have been cultivated for thousands of years, and are used in nearly every cuisine.
Scallion, green onion, or spring onion have a milder flavor than most onions, and may be eaten raw, fried, grilled, in soups, pickled, blanched, in pancakes, etc.

Common Names: green onion, scallion, bunching onion, shallot (Australian usage), spring onion (British usage), Chinese onion
Substitutes: spring onions, leeks, shallots, chives

Green or Spring Onion, Scallion
Large
25g 0.9oz
Medium (4 1/8" long) 15g 0.5oz
Small (3" long) 5g 0.2oz
Large, 1 bunch (avg 3-4 per bunch) 90g 3.2oz
Medium, 1 bunch (avg 6 per bunch) 90g 3.2oz
Small, 1 bunch (avg 18 per bunch) 90g 3.2oz
Cup, chopped
100g 3.5oz
Tablespoon, Chopped   6g 0.2oz
Conversion from grams to ounce: 28.3495231g(rounded to 28.35)= 1 oz
Ounces shown are rounded up or down to the nearest tenth of an ounce.

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