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April 13, 2017  |  Vol 26
Chicago  |  Seattle
Eggstra Sustainable

Easter is just around the corner. This festive day is a time for families to come together and enjoy each other’s company and really get into the spring season. It’s also a time for all those DIY-ers and hand-crafters to really do what they love.

Here’s a few things you can do this Easter to make your Easter Celebration eggstra sustainable:

Eggs

Locally source your eggs. If you’ll be using real eggs, consider purchasing them from your local farmer and buy eggs from pasture-raised chickens. Pasture raised-eggs are healthier for you, too!

Want an option that’s a little more long-lasting? There are a number of alternatives to plastic Easter Eggs including wooden ones, ceramic and even compostable eggs.

You can also make “blown eggs” which uses natural eggs, but with the yolk and whites removed.

But, if you must use plastic eggs, be sure to reuse them!

Egg Dyes

Dying the eggs? There are number of natural and homemade egg dyes. Here’s how to make your color pallet

Zero Food Waste

Too many hardboiled eggs left over? Don’t waste it! Here are some receipts for those leftovers.

Minimize Your Packaging

Easter baskets are  ... READ MORE

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