Yellow, red, or white, onions always bring an extra layer of taste. Strong yet subtly sweet when cooked, onions liven up in a dish in texture, color, and flavor. Better yet, they’re high in complex sugars, which encourage a health metabolism. A resourceful vegetable, onions are suitable to most cooking methods, but pair best with hearty dishes. Next time onions make you cry, they’ll be tears of joy.
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