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To avoid crying like a madeleine during the delicate stage of peeling onions, this American has found the solution.
Onions? We love them in our recipes, but we much less appreciate peeling them. Eyes that sting, burn, even cry ... They are not always our friends when it comes to undressing them. But a surfer has found a way to peel the skin of an onion in two stages, three movements, and without turning into a Trevi fountain. And the least we can say is that his method is rather original.He hits the onion with ... his fist!
On his Instagram account, James Rembo, an American from Denver, shared his tip on video: he cuts an onion in half, removes the germ, places it on a cutting board before ... hitting it vigorously with the lower part of his fist! Result: the skin detaches from the vegetable in an instant.
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Since then, this video has gone viral and many TikTok users have shared this unexpected method, some even claiming that it "changed their lives". We want to believe them.
reposting bc @ladbible posted on their IG!@james_rembo
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