Try these...simmer the chopped items gently for 10-12 minutes, drain (capture the water), then submerge your boiled eggs in the colored water. .
(Quilters use a similar process when tea-dyeing fabrics for a more vintage look.)
Use the parboiled veggies for other dishes.
This step-by-step guide is slightly more complicated, but makes some good points:
*Add a little vinegar to the solution, to help set the dye. (Salt helps, too.)
Steeping your eggs in the solution, even as long as overnight, will give you richer colors.
In a few days, it will be better. Really.
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