Keto History

Ancient cough remedy

Ancient cough remedy from the Keto Mediterranean kitchen

Ancient cough remedy has been used by people who struggled to survive winters throughout history. It comes in different forms and flavours and many believers in natural remedies swear by it. However, modern humans prefer those solutions from the pharmacy! I know, you would most probably take anything just to […]

Black pepper Keto

Black pepper Keto cookies with joyful rainbow icing

Black pepper Keto cookies taste so good that I can’t stop eating them. Ohh, that is because I ate them after a light dinner. Of course, they are 100% Keto and if you enjoy them after a propper Keto dinner, you will not be tempted to overeat! However, judging from […]

Keto Melitzanopita - Greek feta and eggplant quiche 1

Keto Melitzanopita – Greek feta and eggplant quiche

Keto Melitzanopita literally tasted like dessert but it never meant to be a dessert! The Greek name of this vegetable actually refers to being sweet as honey. Well, it’s a savoury and salty quiche and I created it out of curiosity. This project ended up very tasty so it had […]

Cornelian cherry

Cornelian Cherry – The forgotten elixir of ancient forest

Cornelian cherry is almost a deity in Eastern European stories and myths. From the times when ancient people were discovering healing potentials of certain foods, this magic tree has been used from root to fruits. I don’t know why it got the suffix “cherry” English, but I assure you, it’s […]

Ancient Greek bread was worshipped almost like a holy grail! Well, literally, in ancient Greece, there were competitions and prizes, poems and stories about bakers who would make best, tastiest and richest bread. It was considered as a work of art, so naturally, it was offered to their Olympian Gods on special holidays.

Ancient Greek bread – A low-carb version

Ancient Greek bread was worshipped almost like a holy grail! Well, literally, in ancient Greece, there were competitions and prizes, poems and stories about bakers who would make best, tastiest and richest bread. It was considered as a work of art, so naturally, it was offered to their Olympian Gods on special holidays.