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The Old Tradition on dying eggs on Easter just got a whole lot cooler! haha.
These are just the shells of the eggs! We carefully poked a hole in the bottoms and tops of each egg and blew the egg out to use for scrambled eggs and omelets. So You Wont Be eatting Dyed Egg 🙂
I bought the Silk Ties at Goodwill for $1.00 each!! Make sure you get 100% Silk!!
Also I hollowed out the eggs I used so I could Keep them! 🙂
What you Need:
Raw Eggs (I blew the yolk out of my eggs so I could Keep the dyed eggs… use the eggwhite and yolks for cooking 🙂
Glass or enamel pot
Silk ties.. again Make sure you get 100% Silk!!
3 Tablespoons of white vinegar
Wrap a raw egg with a piece of silk, making sure the printed side of the material is facing the egg. Silk can still be used if it doesn’t fit perfectly around egg.
Place the silk-wrapped egg in a piece of white sheet, pillowcase, or old tablecloth and secure tightly with a twist-tie.
Place the eggs in pot and fill the pot with water to cover eggs completely. Then, add three tablespoons of white vinegar