Ketchup, onions, and peanuts. Now the peanuts are pratically dying and dried out, and you have to add the roots soil and dirt.
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Onions do flower. All the white onions and about 6 of the red onions have beautiful flowers on them
Green onions are green, white onions are white.
yes, green onions, spring onions, scallions, salad olins are the same. green onions are very similar to normal onions exept their taste is slightly milder.
1. get onions2. peel the onions3. chop the onions4. keep chopping the onions5. keep chopping until they are in little squares
It depends on how big the onions are. I'd say 2 onions per cup.
Onions are grown in soil
bunions rhymes with "onions."
Yes, onions are vegetables.
onions are not fruit, they have no seeds
There is sugar in all onions.
onions were not invented. they were discovered.
Onions do not have organs but do have cells
No, you cannot get a fever from onions.
Sweet onions contain less sulfur than ordinary onions.
No, onions are not one of the raccoon's foods. Onions can be toxic to many animals.
Onions are classified into two categories. Green onions or scallions and dry onions, which are mature onions. There are many varieties of onions and range from red to white to yellow. Some are classified by the pungency, hot and mild. Because onions are being hybridized it would be hard to know how many kinds there are.
Cooked onions can make you sick if you have an allergy to compounds in the onions. Also, if the onions are old, then the bacterial growth can make you sick.
The collective noun is a rope of onions.There are actually many collective nouns for onions. For example: a bushel of onions, a bag of onions (the word bag is a concrete noun, naturally, but is also a collective noun when used in this context), a lot of onions, or a bunch of onions.All of these are legitimate collective nouns that can be used to describe onions (there are of course many more).
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Olimar names the Onions such because they look like the onions in his favorite soup.