Did you know. . .
………that small onions are better for you than large onions, and that the more pungent the onion the better it is for you? According to Jo Robinson author of Eating on the Wild Side, food scientists have discovered that small onions have less water, and therefore a higher concentration of phytonutrients. Although sweet onions are tasty & easy to eat, they do not provide the same health benefits, such as thinning the blood, as the stronger varieties do. Slicing pungent onions super thin makes them easier to eat raw on sandwiches, salads, etc. Eat onions & eat them often!