Naturally-Dyed Easter Eggs

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Some of the most beautiful Easter Eggs I’ve seen online to date come from TheKitchn. Perhaps what gets me is the shine, but there’s no doubt that these hard-boiled eggs naturally colored using beets, red cabbage, yellow and red onion skins, etc., are gorgeous.

After you read the post and get a handle on what’s involved, cull through the comments left by those who have followed the recipe. You’ll learn that the dyes leave no residual taste. These are, in the final analysis, utterly edible eggs — after the hunt is over, as you sit for Easter Sunday brunch. Sorry, Paas.

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