Is there any scientific evidence of this, or is it just Greeks being Greeks?
read something like ngmi.nwo.goy/xxxxxxxx
gotta get my eyes checked
are onions the opposite of soy then?
What's your favorite onion? I like white onions.
Objectively the best onion.
Depends on what I am serving then with, but I usually use white onion.
Nice, I love fried rice with onions, I will be sure to eat even more onion from now on!
ATTENTION YOU MUST NOT COOK THE ONION THIS DESTROYS THE EFEECT DO NOT COOK
Why? I need proofs and facts why
Well, do I make a dressing out of it?
Im sure the raw onion flavor is too strong in any other way to go along other foods..
>>90349>not eating that shit like an apple
shrek would be disappoint, anon.
I am sure you'll change minds afther but a taste of my meals!
hey guys i just consumed my first onion and holy shit i'm so horny and i feel like fucking a real woman
Objectively the best fucking onion ever. And they grow fucking EVERYWHERE up there. It's like the perfect cross between a scallion and a shallot, if you pick them when they flower, the onion is a deep purple color and it tastes fucking AMAZING. I could just eat them raw for days, they are so good.
>>90350>tfw I've been doing that for years and didn't even know about the testosterone thing
At least it balances out the fucking soy in everything, jesus.
Onions are fucking delicious.
what kinda onions are the best to eat raw?
Any are good, but I prefer them Red.
Wtf is there so much soy in everything in the first place?
So yesterday I ate my first raw onion.
That was actually pretty good, I used to like pepper but this stuff is by far stronger.
Raw onion might go really well with some meals.
It's flavour is faint like that of a watermelon yet it is very very spicy, not on the same way as peppers are spicy, as soon as you take it out the spicyness drops.
I might pick up some onions today then.
I tried to eat one raw but it was spicy is a wasabi kinda way where I felt it in my nose and made me feel sorta sick so I couldn't get through the whole thing, is there a a milder variety that's easier to eat raw?