Is it a wooden board? Is it a glass board? Is it a plastic board? Why is it what it is. That is, why do you have that board? For example, did your cutting board arrive in your kitchen as a gift, or did it arrive via an informed choice?
Maybe you are noticing that the board in the photo is not wooden. The video will explain.
When I suggest (scroll home page) that someone's definition of onion might be "Thirteen Layers of TROUBLE!" of course I am exaggerating. Yes, the perfectly developed onion plant has thirteen leaves and the perfectly developed onion bulb has thirteen layers. Yet, what anti-onion person would be aware of those facts.
A while back, while browsing 'onion this' and 'onion that', one blog post grabbed my attention. I pondered: "Is this simply for me? Is this something fitting to share?" Meanwhile, friends, family, and I have been creating short onion videos. The word 'mindset' has come much into play. That being the case, how could I further keep from sharing that post! So, here, in the overflow category, is the link. If you opt to follow the link, you will discover both down-to-earth onion-related portions and food-for-thought onion-related portions. Ah, perspective!
Most of us desire to glow, in one manner or another. Imagine a glow that begins on the inside, radiates to the outside, and is topped by a satisfaction resulting from "Delicious!" By the way, if you have not previously browsed our Onion Orbit page, maybe now would be a good time for you to visit The Composition Positives.
Sweet, wild VIOLETS offer beauty and nutritional benefits to meals. DANDELIONS. The same. ROSES. The same. Happy are those who not only are aware of these facts, but also actively pursue landing some flowers on their plates. Edible flowers abound. Eating them freshly picked best satisfies some individuals, yet interesting cooking options are in no short supply.