And today my hero is a familiar vegetable of an unusual color. There’s nowhere more familiar and common: onions. Without which there is no cabbage soup, no second meat, no salad. They even put it in bread, and, by the way, successfully. Bread and onion buns are delicious and cute.

So, purple onions.

Why purple? You can call it blue, red, burgundy and almost black. The shades of color of onion scales vary. Depending on the variety and climate of the growing area. For example, the bulb will acquire a more saturated shade if there is an excess of moisture in the soil.