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October 16, 2005

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Farid Zadi

Hi Obachan. Yes it takes some practice. Use a very sharp knife. It's also easier if you slice the onion in half first.

obachan

This salad looks so lovely. I knew about soaking sliced onions in water but never thought about adding sugar to it. Your recipes really give me new ideas and inspirations. Thanks for sharing.

Paz

I like the way the orange slices look. Thinly sliced onions are always hard for me to slice. I guess it takes practice?

Paz

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