I love keeping onions until they sprout and start growing chives!!!
#1
Dancing Banana 
What a marvel of nature!!!

I love stroking the long, beautiful green and smelling its delicate onion scent!!!

It's like growing an indoor plant, without the longterm commitment! You just buy the onions and forget about them for a month or so!!!

One day you look and behold!!! Greenery, right in the kitchen, without even having to water anything!!!

Teehee!!!

Oh I'm so happy!!!

I can't wait to eat them all!
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#2
LOL!

It is fun to see stuff grow like that!

:)
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#3
LOOK HOW BEAUTIFUL!!!

http://i.imgur.com/MmBEzlY.jpg

I'm about to cook them!!!

Banana
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#4
Yeah, that's nice! You should cut the tops.. I think about three inches down, and plant those! I forget exactly, but I saw a video that showed how to plant all kinds of different veggies from food like that.
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#5
Yeah I did think about planting them!!! I have them in a bag. ROFL. I didn't want to let them go. Poor little shriveled onions... they wanna live on, I can tell.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#6
I looked it up. You can put the whole onion in a jar of water and it will grow right from the jar. Just water and keep the water full!
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#7
Whoa.

*looks around for a jar*

TIME TO EXPERIMENT.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#8
I had lots of magic onion chives in the pantry that I decided to utilize today...

So I made my favorite...

Black beans, rice, romaine, jalapenos, purple onion, fresh garlic, chives, parsley and oregano.

My facehole has gone to heaven.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#9
It´s a little bit funny that we call purple onion - red onion.

I said a little bit you´re not supposed to cry of laughter ok.
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#10
Oh yeah they call it red onion here too, but I very much disagree with that label as it is clearly purple...

As is the purple cabbage, which they erroneously call red too.

I won't jump off the cliff just because they're jumping off...

If they can't see that it's purple with their own eyeballs, that ain't my problem.
God made me funky...
And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#11
700 years ago this one colorblind dummy was put in charge of naming vegetables.
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#12
LOL
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#13
Down south, there are wild green onions that grow over sewer lines and septic tanks. They have a mild garlicky sort of flavor. Ever seen those?
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#14
Oh so that’s why they grow in the yard.

I used to eat those when I was a kid!
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And I'm glad He blessed me that way.
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#15
You can probably find wild peppermint or spearmint in your yard too.
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