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Japan’s Fancy New Onions Won’t Make You Cry

The humble onion is a cornerstone of cuisines the world over, but it’s got one major flaw: Cut into one, and you’re liable to end up a blubbery, tear-y mess. But don’t despair—if you live in Japan a fix is on the way in the form of a weep-free onion. Don’t you cry tonight, Japan. Chop […]

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Workers fill sacks with onions after sorting them at a wholesale

Blame it on the Onion: Food and Indian Politics

by Fabio Parasecoli I recently spent two weeks in Bangalore, India doing research viagra online 50mg on geographical indications and on the food industry in one of the global IT capitals of the world. More about that in the coming weeks, but when I was there, I could not help but be intrigued by recurring […]

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