People and Plants: The Onion was Both Worshipped and Hated

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People and Plants: The Onion was Both Worshipped and Hated. "A villager representing Saint Thomas skipped out of the shadows and offered each unmarried girl an onion." An old tradition in England was to gather unmarried girls together at Christmas and have them whisper the name of the man she would like to marry.

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