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Pros and Cons of Blowing Out and Boiling Easter Eggs

Do You Blow Out or Boil Your Easter Eggs?

Before it's time to dye your Easter eggs, there are two routes you can take to make sure they don't spoil on the holiday: hardboiling them or blowing out the innards. Hardboiling is easy-peasy, but they can have cracks and do eventually spoil. Blowing out eggs is a more time-consuming task that makes for very delicate egs. But they will have a perfect shell, and you can save them for years. What's your preferred method?

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