Traditional Easter Eggs in Germany

You can already start to see these colored Easter eggs sold in German grocery shops or supermarkets as early as the start of the year. Having Easter eggs on the table during Easter season is already a a culture and tradition in Germany. Some people especially the children are helping to color eggs which are use for games or simply for eating during Easter season. Instead of coloring cooked eggs, I rather buy it every week in the grocery shop for use as consumption. I guess I need appetite suppressants to lose calories from eggs that I ate during Easter season! See these beautifully colored eggs in the photo? I even took this photo which served as offering inside our church.

 
 

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