Unfortunately, I think you made your point there Arlo.
Time to change the subject. Quickly.
Old Lady Janis.
Too much ?
And now Gene is going to get it from both sides of his family.
Onions, the food that keeps on tasting.
old people on low sodium diets should never eat at Chinese buffets…
Grandma and Great Grandma didn’t fight and die in WW1 or WW2 so these things balance out?
Skip the onion and just double up on garlic instead.
My dad and raw onions. I love it in salads, burgers, hot dogs, etc., no issues.
Onions….not a problem. Cucumbers, I guess depending on the variety……can peat and repeat many times over.
It’s a common occurrence.
The “other” grandmother wasn’t so great?
My wife and I agree with Janis’ comment when it comes to raw onions. Cooked onions are no problem.
And Arlo can smell the results!
Want to be alone on occasion? Just eat garlic or raw onions.
“Wisdom is knowing when to shut up.”
I find, as I get older, that some things are harder to digest than they used to be.
How many people actually remember their Great-Grandparents? Mine all died before I was born.
Burping onion is only a problem if it is inappropriately accompanied.
For example burping the onions on your burger, along with the coffee and chocolate cake you had for dessert.
I like them. Never had indigestion or whatever it is, so I simply enjoy.
I like onions too, and radishes, and cucumbers, and watermelons – but they don’t like me :-(
Onions and peppers hate me.
Onions don’t like me either unless they’ve been cooked for a very long time (think soup) or have lots of vinegar (think salsa).
One thing I miss is my much younger stomach. I have to be careful what I eat, especially late in the day now.
I get along great with my flatulence because I do enjoy the “onyon” (every time I see that word I think of the Cajun Chef—Justin Wilson,…I guarantee. (grin)). I just have to remember the Kenny Rogers lyric , “know when to hold ’em and no when to leave!”
We are making onion soup tomorrow night.