40 Thing about Onion

40 things you didnt need to know about onions:

1. Onions are vegetables 
2. Onions are edible 
3. They make you cry… 
4. They make good dip 
5. Onions grow underground 
6. They taste bad raw 
7. They give you bad breath 
8. Onions come in 3 designer colours (red yellow and white) 
9. They can predict the weather in winter 
10. They go good in a BBQ 
11. They are not sweet 
12. Onions have layers 
13. If you chew gum while cooking them you wont cry 
14. They are about 30 calories 
15. They can be sliced, chopped and diced 
16. Onions are shallots cousin 
17. They can be pickled 
18. Onions are like ogres 
19. They can be peeled 
20. They are highly water based 
21. Onion breath can be cured with some parsley
22. Onion in Japanese is onion 
23. If you leave them out in the sun for too long they start to grow roots 
24. They are eaten heaps in Libya 
25. The heaviest onion was 10 pounds and 14 ounces 
26. Onions don’t grow on the moon 
27. Onion spelled backwards is noinO 
28. They are not like cakes 
29. Onion is pronounced UN-YIN 
30. If onion was a number it would be 151491514 
31. An onion can make a bland sauce 
32. Onions has 3 vowels 
33. Onions have skins 
34. Onions don’t like garlic 
35. there are nice deep fried as rings 
36. Onion rhymes with bunion 
37. Onions make really bad gifts… 
38. Alliumphobia is the fear of smelling onion and garlic 
39. Onions wont stop vampires… 
40. Onions should NEVER be juiced

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This recipe taken from Forme of Curye, ab. 1390 A.D. (Pages 76v & 77r). The images are from the original manuscript as digitized by the John Rylands University Library and the 1780 printing edited by Samuel Pegge.

Tart in Ember Day

Take and parboil onions and herbs and press out the water and chop them small, take bread and pound it in a mortar and temper it with egg, do thereto butter, saffron and slat and raisins Corinth and a little sugar with fine powder and bake it in a shell and serve it forth.

Interpretation:

Bring pot of water to boil. Peel and quarter onions, place in boiling water for 2-3 minutes, then drain. Chop onions and parsley and combine with bread crumbs, eggs, butter, currants, sugar, salt, and spices. Pour into prepared pie crust and bake at 350°F for 30-40 minutes, ensuring that the egg is set. Let cool for 10-15 minutes before cutting into serving sizes.

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How to grow green onions from scraps!

Green onions are delicious, nutritious, and extremely easy to grow - (inside or outside)

1. Acquire some organic green onions and give them a rinse

2. Cut off the end with the root (about 2 cm from the end)

3. Stand the lil guy up in shallow water & let sit for 3-5 days. They need an ample amount of sunlight but will also grow just fine with indirect.

4. After the 3-5 days, green shoots should start to appear. Once the green shoot looks strong enough, it can be transplanted into dirt (a 2cm shoot is ready)

5. Eventually, the green onions will shoot up and flourish. When they are about the thickness of a pencil, they can be harvested. Or when they start to brown on the edges, it’s time to harvest. Then you can pluck the green onion out, eat it, and begin the process again!

Happy growing :}

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