I didn’t know this until I heard the local news team mention it, but Easter is right around the corner. Easter is March 31, which means that we’re just about a week away from Easter. If Easter is catching you unprepared and you need some tips on how to naturally dye your eggs into an arrangement of beautiful colors, then USA Today has some great hints on how to use natural food products to color eggs.
It’s pretty amazing to see just how little blueberries or coffee or onions it takes to color an egg into a color prettier than even chemical dyes can manage. The same tips also work for food, if you want to make food dyes. I’ve had a mix of blueberries and raspberries turn a crock pot full of wheat berry into an awesome crock pot of purple, delicious globs. It also added a lot of flavor to an otherwise flavorful dish, but the coolest part was (and remains) the awesome color.
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