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Q. How do I keep the tears away when cutting onions? – AMANDA DAVIS, NASHVILLE, TN

 When onions are chopped, they release enzymes that transform into an acid that can irritate eyes. Most methods boil down to either slowing or minimizing the chemical reaction that happens when you cut an onion. You can prevent the resulting gasses by freezing the onion for

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