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Hi, my name is Kevin Williams and I am owner of Oasis Newsfeatures and editor of The Amish Cook newspaper column.

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  1. Donna Vincent

    On the dried onions she probably means dehydrated onions. I buy mine from frontier co-op

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    1. Kevin

      Okay, I’ll assume what you all are saying is correct…I just wasn’t familiar with rehydrating them, but that makes sense

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  2. Vicki

    Dry onions are dehydrated onions.

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  3. Mary Myers

    Dry onions bits are in the herb and spice section at the grocery and are dehydrated onions. To hydrate soak or boil in water.

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  4. Judith A.

    Hi Kevin. Your “dried onions” might be the same as “diced onions” found in the spice isle of your grocery store.

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  5. Carol H

    I have used dehydrated onions in my pasta and potato salads for years. I love raw onion but it seems in my salads they just keep getting stronger and stronger until that is all you taste in the salad. When I reconstitute dehydrated onions I get the onion favor but they do not take over the salad.
    I have never heard before about reconstituting them using boiling water and will try this method.
    I have always used very cold water and soaked them in a bowl overnight in the refrigerator, and then drain off the excess water.
    I wonder which method retains the most onion flavor !!!

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    1. Kevin

      Thanks, Carol, I think that is the part that confused me was reconstituting by boiling, that was new to me also!

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