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the only things that shouldn't go into a home compost pile are meat/dairy, as they may attract unwanted pests, or putrefy and make for some nasty bacterial/mold colonies in the compost, as very high temperatures are needed to kill some of those pathogens
there is no reason i know of to not compost onions.
the only exception to the above is if you know whatever you are composting may release alleochemicals known to be harmful to specific plants the compost will be used to raise later; and that all depends on the internal temperatures the pile reaches
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