Ancient Greek feast, A low-carb event
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Ancient Greek feast, A low-carb event

Ancient Greek gastronomy is a subject that has been studied over and over by various scientists. Anthropologists and archaeologists, in particular, wanted to learn more about our ancestors by exploring their culinary habits. However, the history of ancient Greek gastronomy occupies the equal attention of nutritionists and modern gourmet experts. According to mainstream opinion, ancient Greek…

Greek Avgolemono soup – Keto Foodie treat
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Greek Avgolemono soup – Keto Foodie treat

Greek Avgolemono soup is the most famous and glorious Greek soup of them all. Tourists love it, Hellenophilles adore it, and anybody who just enjoys our food in numerous Greek restaurants around the globe. It’s creamy, delicious, sour, sweet and savoury at the same time. I have been asked many times during the summer to Ketonise…

Keto Tiganites or Fritule – Mediterranean mini doughnuts
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Keto Tiganites or Fritule – Mediterranean mini doughnuts

Keto Tiganites or even Lukumades could sound like another impossible task to anybody who knows Greek way of cooking! Flour, and then some more wheat flour! Right? Well, not quite right! To us, Keto Greeks, this is a challenge! Tiganites are almost ancient dessert which has been aromatising the kitchens and bakeries all over Greece…

Goat butter fatbombs – Anti-inflammatory treat
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Goat butter fatbombs – Anti-inflammatory treat

Goat butter is a true gem among dairy products! All the benefits of goat milk are highly concentrated in the rich, creamy and tasty butter. Yes, goat butter is the best butter you can afford today! It’s much healthier and easier to digest than cow’s butter. In modern times, cows are tapped with growth hormones designed to…

Quail eggs Keto Mayonnaise – Ancient, modern medicine
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Quail eggs Keto Mayonnaise – Ancient, modern medicine

Quail eggs came to Europe from East Asia. These small and unusually looking eggs are much more than just a type of food. In fact, they are a natural remedy for various diseases and conditions. In ancient times, noble Greeks and Romans ate much more Quail than hen eggs. Also, roasted or grilled Quail was considered…

Keto orange pie – an artistic foodie project
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Keto orange pie – an artistic foodie project

Keto orange pie with no orange juice or pulp is our next fun project! Yes, you’ll enjoy creating this piece of art as much as you’ll enjoy eating it afterwards. Not only you, this brave “little” Keto orange cake (well, not so little) will impress just about anyone. Keto, Low-Carb, people will finally enjoy the…

Keto Cappuccino Muffins – when you want a quick fix
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Keto Cappuccino Muffins – when you want a quick fix

Keto Cappuccino, or just about any Keto coffee is a trendy subject among Ketonians. There are so many recipes and it’s quite easy to get confused. From Bulletproof coffee to one million versions of cream and butter infused coffees. Personally, I like it black and cold brewed. This would be the healthiest Keto coffee you…

Keto Mille-feuille – When the French culture conquered Greece
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Keto Mille-feuille – When the French culture conquered Greece

Keto Mille-feuille sounds like mission impossible to anybody who’s familiar with this famous French delicacy. How in the world can we make that weightless, thin, puff pastry without wheat flour? Well, as with all my ketonisations, Keto Mille-feuille had to mature in my mind. Somewhere deep in the Modern Greek department, this dessert was waiting…

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