Tuesday’s post on the Whole Foods Market website offers easy Easter egg dyeing tips using produce and natural sources available in supermarkets.
“Egg dyeing with kids can be a stressful experience, but this is a great time to embrace the mess and just get down and dirty!” writes blogger Megan Myers on the retailer’s The Whole Story blog.
She said that using natural dyes like those found in beets, blueberries, coffee and spinach is a way to combine fun with science.
Myers also offered tips to make traditional Easter egg dyeing fun for adults, as well as kids. Among her suggestions: Set up dyeing stations outdoors to avoid messy spills; boil eggs and make dyes a day ahead to save time; and have snacks on hand to “prevent the crabbies.”
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