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People In Iceland Use Sulfur Springs To Paint Easter Eggs (13 pics)

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  • 31 Mar, 2016  |
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The locals in Iceland do things a little bit differently Easter. These people took their eggs down to a hot sulfur spring which has waters that reach over 100 degrees. If you just leave the eggs in the water for a while they will change color naturally.

1 People In Iceland Use Sulfur Springs To Paint Easter Eggs (13 pics)


2 People In Iceland Use Sulfur Springs To Paint Easter Eggs (13 pics)


3 People In Iceland Use Sulfur Springs To Paint Easter Eggs (13 pics)


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13 People In Iceland Use Sulfur Springs To Paint Easter Eggs (13 pics)


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№1 Author: kryptor (31 Mar 2016 11:42) Total user comments: 4794


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Wow, that's really neat ... but eggs are semi-permeable, won't they taste like sulfur afterwards?
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№2 Author: shade (31 Mar 2016 21:22) Total user comments: 1523


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Are they still edible though?
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