What can you tell me about onions?
How do I stop my hands from smelling like onions?
Lets start with hands that smell like onions. You can rub your hands with a little lemon juice to get rid of the onion smell.
If your going to be cooking with yout onions place them in the freezer for about thirty minutes before you chop them and they won't burn your eyes.
Sweet onions will always work better in cooking than regular onions.
Have you ever had French Onion Soup? If not you should make some real soon.
Many people who say they are allergic to onions really aren't. They just don't like onions. Onions are really good for you. You can use fine chopped green onions to garnish dishes with and people will love it.
You just made me smell my hands. I already washed hands after peeling garlic and cutting onions but the smell still lingers
I didn't used any lotions thou so maybe you can try it instead. Also another thing I used with my hands before going to sleep at night is either eucalyptus massage oil or lavender essential oil. I used either of the two for hand massage and it smells good. It can cover up the smell of the garlic or onion.
Onion health benefits far out weigh the odor and unpleasantness related to this vegetable. Its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-cancer and other health benefits seem to make the onion the a highly recommended item on your menu everyday. read more
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Addicted to cooking? Hmm. Tell us about that, please!
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