Pickled Eggs


Egg pickling was turned on its head during a mandatory award ceremony in 1912 when it was suggested that instead of beating the eggs before adding them to vinegar, they should be hard boiled. Although many were sceptical, the proof came when the first jar of pickled eggs were sold later that same year.
Since then, dozens upon dozens of jars have been sold worldwide, many still containing the original contents.

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