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How to Naturally Dye Easter Eggs | Kitchen Explorers | PBS Parents

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Published on Apr 3, 2014

The soft, subdued hues of naturally dyed Easter eggs can't be replicated by commercial dye or food coloring kits. See how it's done using onion skins, red cabbage, raspberries, spices and other items in your garden or pantry.

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Kitchen Explorers is a blog and video series featuring delicious family-friendly recipes that are easy to make. The series also features Alice Currah, founder of the award-winning food blog, Savorysweetlife.com, and author of Savory Sweet Life: 100 Simply Delicious Recipes for Every Family Occasion (Harper Collins).

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