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Do onions go toxic after cut I'd you store in the fridge?

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SOURCE: Will cut and stored over night onion poison you?

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The only readily used vegetable that can poison you is a potato and it has to have green skin showing- so when buying potatoes any with green skin or part green skin should be rejected

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