Is there a single word for someone who does not eat onions? I remember having heard this word somewhere but do not remember it now.
An alliaphage is someone who eats garlic (and, by extension, onions), so if you can negate that in some graceful way (analliaphage?), you'll have a word for someone who doesn't eat onions.
Edit: Per the comments below, I suggest the term non-alliaphage for someone who doesn't eat onions.
Background: The terms "akreophagy" (var. "acreophagy") and "aristophagy" were coined in the 19th century to mean anti-flesh-eating.
Allium is the onion genus; the term "alliaphagy" is attested as a term for a garlic- or bulb-eater:
In the same way, you can coin a term for an anti-bulb-eating: "analliaphagy". However this suffers from overgeneralization: it can mean an avoidance of any plant in the allium genus. If you do not mind mixing your Greek and Latin roots (which offends the purists but is still commonplace), then use the Latin word "cepa", "onion": "acepaphagy" or "ancepaphagy".
The corresponding terms for a person who does not eat onions, then, are acepaphage or ancepaphage.
@eeerahul, I'd say that 99.99 percent of people in western countries are subjected to onion and garlic cooked foods from birth, so there is no exact single word in English for non-onion garlic eaters
As in Hindi and Sanskrit we have word like jain food, satvik, bhojan etc... because these types of food habits are found only in Asian countries like India, Sri lanka, China, Bhutaan even in Pakistan etc.
Hence you have a great question, and you can raise this concern to authorities like Oxford University Press, Cambridge, Harvard press ... in order to have a single word for this type of eating food habit. Especially because "organic" food is spreading across the world rapidly; we need a single word to describe it in one shot :)
Jain Vegetarians do not eat onion and garlic.