17
Apr
2009
Grandparents methods to inrosii eggs
Curiosity

Grandma is holy icon of my childhood, I thank her for many things they know now.

Easter we knock at the door, and I remembered Grandma method to vopsii eggs, is need 1 liter of water and shells from one kilogram of onion. Boil water, to clean the onion peel (peel only need to paint), when water begins to boil add onion peels, boil up out really good cultural and fire stops. Eggs are put in bowl with hotcolor and left there about 30-50 minutes. After you have removed the color you can give with a little lard or oil sheen to catch.

Only with onion shells can get three natural colors to paint. Shells gives the yellow color white onion, yellow onion peels giving red-brown color, red onion shells giving red-purple color.

Ciocnitul redness or decorated egg is a symbol of Jesus sacrifice.

Happy Easter! Christ is risen!

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