Pink Pickled Eggs – Video

Nov 22, 2021

Back in 2014 I did a blog on how to make pink pickled eggs (so long ago!), and have recently made a little video to go with it to show the full process.

Learning how to preserve your harvest from your garden and chooks) is a key skill that will help extend your season and eliminate any waste. Making pink pickled eggs is also quite fun.

This is the 16th video in our Good Life For All series. Each Monday I’ll pop up a video to help inspire folks in building climate resilience for their homes and communities.

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