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Fritch, TX
(Zone 6b)

March 18, 2008
2:04 PM

Post #4678060

for future reference. We are headed to the store for red cabbage!

I am curious, since these are dyed NATURALLY, why they shouldn't be eaten? SEems like such a waste of eggs. Could they at least be fed to animals? [our chicknes and cats love eggs!]
Jacumba, CA
(Zone 8b)

March 18, 2008
4:49 PM

Post #4678774

The reason that they shouldn't be eaten is that most of them are not cooked the proper amount of time and they are for display. I think if you cooked them the proper amount of time and didn't display them, there should be no reason not to eat them. I am having a hard time throwing the ones I made for this article away so I guess they will stay on display until they start stinking!
Fritch, TX
(Zone 6b)

March 18, 2008
5:01 PM

Post #4678836

;-) we can't NOT eat our yummy eggs, gresh from the hens. maybe we will just buy some cheap one sfrom the store for coloring

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