You have already got all the necessary material for painting eggs, you have come up with ideas and this unique fun can begin! However, don’t forget a few old tricks and tips from experienced housewives that can help you make your egg painting this year flawless! We have singled out a few of the most famous.
Be sure to read the eggs before Easter painting 6 important warnings relating to this business!
1. Before you start painting eggs, be sure to first check their freshness by immersing them in a bowl of cold salt water. If they sink, the eggs are fresh, if they stay on the surface – they are not!
2. If you forget to remove the pot from the heat when the water boils, you run the risk of overcooking eggs and you get egg whites like gum and dry egg yolks.
3. If you leave the eggs in almost boiling water for an additional 15 minutes, the yolk will lose colorand the eggs will have an unpleasant smell reminiscent of sulfur.
4. If you add vinegar while cooking eggs, keep in mind that it will large amounts of vinegar make eggs have an unpleasant odor and sour taste.
5. Make sure your egg shells don’t go down the drain in the sink!! Because they are very heavy and sink easily, debris can stick to the inside walls of your drain pipes.
6. Hard-boiled eggs, whether decorated or not, do not refrigerate for more than a week!
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