Last year, our easter egg dying was an epic fail. The eggs I bought had some sort of coating on them that prevented the dye from soaking into the shell. The eggs were hard boiled in water prior to dying so whatever was on the shells survived the cooking process.
Anyone know what coating is put on eggs these days? Or tips for removing it?
Would any "treatment" of eggs be disclosed on the carton? I haven't checked yet this year. If the carton isn't labelled, is there a way for me to tell by sight/feel if an egg has been coated?
Or maybe most importantly, is there a way for
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