Onion

“You may, of course, eat it raw just as it is – both bulb and stems. Chop it, grate it, slice it, combine it with many ingredients, fry it, or bake it. Nothing adds sweet tangy flavor to food like onions. What would a sauce be without them – or soup or stew or roast or salad? Or you may plant the onion and, if encouraged, it will grow. I have one in a glass jar on my windowsill – white roots in the water, leaves in the air, stems budding.”

Robert Fulghum

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