Before we start, let’s learn some of the best health benefits onions can bring:
Onions have been used for centuries in order to reduce inflammation and heal infections. Crazy, huh? Onions contain phytochemicals which improve the working of vitamin C in the body, they also give people better immunity. Onions have chromium that assists in blood sugar regulation as well.
How many of you enjoy sliced onions as an addition to your meals? Gives an amazing taste, right!? Raw onions encourage the production of good cholesterol (HDL), and keep your heart healthy. Onions have a powerful compound – querecetin, and this compound plays significant role when it comes to preventing cancer. If by any chance, you got bitten by a honeybee, just apply some onion juice to the affected area and you’ll immediately feel relieved from the burning spot.
Onions reduce the risk of developing gastric ulcer with the help of their free radicals. The bright green tops of green onions contain a great amount of vitamin A, so make sure to use them as much as possible.
Onions bring tears, yes – yet they are the best ally in fighting against many diseases. You add taste to your food, but you add millions health benefits at the same time too!
Having said that, imagine every time you need onions for your meal or recipe, you just reach over to your windowsill and pluck fresh ones out? Oh, I think it’s more than convenient!
You can always find onions in the supermarkets, but you can’t get enough information of their origin. Today, I offer you an amazing solution, for all of you who live in the colder parts of the world, so you must grow things only indoors, and those of you who live in a climate that allow you to have your plants around, but then other problems arise… Stay with me, and learn this amazing solution!
This is what you need:
- onion bulbs
- 5 liter-plastic bottle
- a pair of scissors
- organic soil
- First, cut the neck off the plastic bottle.
- Then, cut holes in it, with the scissors. The holes need to be big enough for the onions.
- Make sure the onion sprouts are positioned through the holes.
- Put layers of soil and sprouts, and add them just until you fill the whole bottle.
- Water the soil and set it on your windowsill.
- You can add the neck back on (simply tape it around) or leave it like that.
You won’t even feel the time, and onions will sprout out the bulbs! This way you can watch them grow and flavor your favorite dishes with them.
Quick recipe to enjoy your bottle-grown onions:
- fresh onions
- lemon juice
- cilantro leaves
Directions: Slice your onions really thin, squeeze a little lemon juice on top and add a little salt. If you sprinkle a few freshly-washed cilantro leaves, you’ll add fragrance and flavor to this simple, quick salad, without which no dinner of mine is complete!
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