Category: Kitchen

Graviera Kritis P.D.O.

At least 3 months of natural defoaming and weight loss at 17-18% is a prerequisite for qualifying Cretan Gruyere PDO (product with Protected Designation of Origin). By packing in special shrink bags, the ginger continues to ripen in the refrigerator and is consumed at ambient temperature to highlight its rich flavor. Sheep’s & Goat’s White […]

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Amarino

The foam of Psiloritis! Creamy and light, this cheese is made from sheep and goat milk, 25% (sheep) -75% (goat), produced immediately after pasteurization of milk, placed in special coagulation containers for 1 day, hanging in pants to expels its liquids and is packed in just 3 days after its production! Low fat (only 16%), […]

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Beer in Crete

Greece is a country of wine, not beer. The vast majority of the local population prefers a grape drink to a barley one, but beer is produced and sold in Greece quite a lot, although its main consumers are numerous tourists If you have visited Crete, then you can easily list the typical selection of […]

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Gravierino

Semi-hard yellow cheese contains all the benefits of sheep and goat milk, low fat, essential in everyday nutrition and suitable for every use. For toast and sandwich you prefer natural flavor, while for lovers of different, there are a variety of variations. Smoked for demanding chefs Red pepper flakes for those who love spicy tastes […]

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Amari, Traditional Cretan Cheeses

Crete, the world’s first cheese consumption area, the world’s number one in dairy production. The traditional Cretan way of cheese making comes emblazoned with the latest technology and know-how to bring your cheeses to your table and take off your senses. So enjoy like the Cretans, plain or with honey, for breakfast or to tie […]

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Amari … the heart of Crete

At the foothills of the sacred and highest mountain in Crete – Psiloritis stretches the verdant Amari valley surrounded by villages, endless olive groves, rare nature richness and 1642 aboriginal, nature-found kinds of flora. Goats and sheep are browsed on wild herbs and grass, drink water from spring and rest under apple and cherry trees in […]

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Amari … the heart of Crete

At the foothills of the sacred and highest mountain in Crete – Psiloritis stretches the verdant Amari valley surrounded by villages, endless olive groves, rare nature richness and 1642 aboriginal, nature-found kinds of flora. Goats and sheep are browsed on wild herbs and grass, drink water from spring and rest under apple and cherry trees in […]

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Good nutrition for a beach-ready body

It’s time to lose some weight for a beach-ready body. Everyone wants to know: “What nutrition you need to lose weight?” According to nutritionists, there are eight products of “summer food” for a beach-ready body. Your best allies for it are…juicy fruits and vegetables. Let’s now explain why. Cucumber: contains quercetin, an antioxidant against “swelling […]

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Superproduct: Greek Yoghurt

The yogurt has always been an essential part of the Greek diet. Traditional Greek yogurt is made from cow or sheep’s milk and contains valuable bacteria that have a positive effect on the entire digestive system. These bacteria also have anti-cancer properties. Greek yogurt contains all the nutrients of milk. That’s why this is certainly […]

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Traditional Cretan hard bread calls paximathia

In Crete, bread is called “paximathia” and is known almost from the time of king Minos. It is very popular for many centuries, due to its long shelf life, resistance to mold and ease of digestion and have become a popular product not only throughout Greece, but also in different parts of the world. The […]

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