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Notes and Reflections on Books and Media

by Hannah Leitheiser


Food Values

Dr. Albert Philip SY


"Onions, although they have quite an appreciable food value, are
eaten usually as a relish and used for flavoring. Because of their odor and flavor they are believed by many people to possess medicinal properties. Hence the saying, 'An onion a day will keep the doctor away.'"
- Food values, 1917


As American as Onion Pie.