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Just Looking At This Giant Onion Will Make You Cry

And seven other pictures of enormous vegetables.

We'll get straight to the point: These vegetables are massive.

Just think about the size of the salad you could make! Can you even fathom the soup that would come from those leeks? Let's sauce that tomato and make a huge pizza! Just looking at that onion brings tears to our eyes.

These fantastic images were captured at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show earlier this month. The competition is so fierce, the judges in the "Gigantomo" category DNA tested tomatoes for eligibility to ensure a fair contest.

Take a look:

  • Peter Glazebrook stands with his winning 52.2kg (115.08 lbs.) entry in the 'Heaviest Marrow Competition' at the Harrogate Aut
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    Peter Glazebrook stands with his winning 52.2kg (115.08 lbs.) entry in the 'Heaviest Marrow Competition' at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show, in northern England, on Sept. 18, 2015. 
  • Ian Neale pushes a wheelbarrow with his winning 24.2kg (53.5 lbs) entry in the Heaviest Cabbage Competition at the Harrogate
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    Ian Neale pushes a wheelbarrow with his winning 24.2kg (53.5 lbs) entry in the Heaviest Cabbage Competition at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show, in northern England, on Sept. 18, 2015.
  • Barbara Cook, competitor in the Heaviest Onion Competition, poses for a photograph with her winning onion.
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    Barbara Cook, competitor in the Heaviest Onion Competition, poses for a photograph with her winning onion.
  • Peter Glazebrook of Newark with his first placed carrot weighing 4.8 kilo (10.58 lbs) and first placed parsnip weighing 5.455
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    Peter Glazebrook of Newark with his first placed carrot weighing 4.8 kilo (10.58 lbs) and first placed parsnip weighing 5.455 kilo (12.03 lbs).
  • Joe Atherton of Mansfield with his first placed Gigantomo variety tomato weighing 1.7 kilo (3.75 lbs).
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    Joe Atherton of Mansfield with his first placed Gigantomo variety tomato weighing 1.7 kilo (3.75 lbs).
  • A woman looks at entries in 'the National Leek Championships' at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show, in northern England, on Se
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    A woman looks at entries in 'the National Leek Championships' at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show, in northern England, on Sept. 18, 2015.
  • Brian Marshall of Nottingham poses with his first placed pumpkin weighing 230 kilo (507.06 lbs).
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    Brian Marshall of Nottingham poses with his first placed pumpkin weighing 230 kilo (507.06 lbs).
  • The first place entry in the 'Dish of Nine Pods' runner bean competition is pictured at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show, in
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    The first place entry in the 'Dish of Nine Pods' runner bean competition is pictured at the Harrogate Autumn Flower Show, in northern England, on Sept. 18, 2015.
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