Almost the entire population around the world cries when peeling onions and we all are still trying to learn how to cut onions without tears. Onions are a part of most of the dishes around the world whether you live in the east or the west. Researchers around the world agree the onion has been cultivated for 5000 years or more and onions are one of the earlier cultivated crops.
But we all suffer from eye irritation while peeling or cutting fresh onions and you may find multiple tips on various websites about peeling onions in different ways. The irritation in the eyes while peeling onions is due to a volatile gas syn-propanethial-S-oxide which is released when you cut onions and stimulates nerves in the eye creating a stinging sensation.
Still trying to learn how to cut onions without tears?
‘Sunion’ newly produced onions won’t make you cry anymore!
But not anymore, new onions are out in the market called ‘sunion’ (currently available in America) which is as crunchy and full of sweetness as the traditional onions but do not bring tears in the eyes and can stay fresh upto six months when stored in a cool and dark place.
It took crop scientists more than 30 years to develop ‘sunion’ which is a result of natural cross breeding and not genetic modification in any laboratory and so it is as natural as the traditional onions that we all know since our childhood.
‘Sunion’ will give you a tear-free experience and they will hit the supermarkets in the United States from March as they are currently grown in Washington and Nevada only due to the favorable weather conditions for the cultivation.
Bayer, the company behind the new breed of onions has plans to expand their cultivating capabilities to the UK so that people can get the joy of cutting tear-free onions.
With the new breed of onions on the supermarket shelves it seems that we do not need those onion cutting tips anymore.
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