Easter is right around the corner and that means egg dying season is coming with it. Nutrition and Wellness Educator with the University of Illinois Extension Office, Lisa Peterson, warns to make sure you know how long those eggs have been sitting out.
There are kits to use when dying eggs, but Peterson says another way is to use spices.
Dry spices are one way to go, but there are some foods that work too, according to Peterson.
Dyed eggs are edible. Peterson even suggested a game where you guess what food or dry spice was used to dye an egg based on taste.
Peterson appeared as a guest on the NewsTalk WTIM Morning Show.