Keto watermelon granita – should I stay or should I go?
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Keto watermelon granita – should I stay or should I go?

Many of you have visited Greece during the summer. Perhaps, you enjoyed a dinner in a Greek taverna where at the end of the meal, they bring you a free plate of sliced watermelon. Well, watermelons are a part of our culture. They grow all around Greece, especially in the Peloponnese, and they play a significant…

Almond butter fat bombs went to the seashore
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Almond butter fat bombs went to the seashore

Fat bombs might be one of those contemporary internet era expressions invented a few years ago. Nevertheless, they most certainly rock the world of all Ketonians. They serve as a macronutrient ratio enhancers. Also, Ketonians like to use them as a dessert replacement. Let’s remember, how can you eat 70% of fat in a single…

Keto truffles – ultimate fix for orange blues
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Keto truffles – ultimate fix for orange blues

Oranges seem to be one of the most missed fruits for people who decided to switch to the healthiest lifestyle – the Ketogenic diet. As we are talking about Mediterranean lifestyle here, oranges became a symbol of our cuisine even though they are not indigenous. But if you travel to any of the Mediterranean countries, you…

Olive bread teleported to the Keto planet – Greek Eliopsomo
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Olive bread teleported to the Keto planet – Greek Eliopsomo

These days I got a lot of questions about Greek olive bread. Can it be Keto? How can we twist it? Well, that shouldn’t be very hard. The Greeks call it Eliopsomo and it could be one of the oldest comfort foods. I admit – Eliopsomo is extremely tasty and aromatic. Contemporary humans may find…

Unpasteurised Keto cheesecake – With a dash of ancient wisdom
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Unpasteurised Keto cheesecake – With a dash of ancient wisdom

Dairy products come to the market as pasteurised, overprocessed, packed with additives. The most beloved forms are cheese, cream, yoghurts and butter. These products, in no case, can be called healthy foods. Earlier, I wrote about the milk that sits on the throne of Keto dairy – the almighty goat milk. If you would like…

Goat feta, eggplant and zucchini – Healthy Keto bites
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Goat feta, eggplant and zucchini – Healthy Keto bites

During the summer, in all Mediterranean countries, zucchini and eggplants are widely available. Each country has their own version of delicious dishes made with these valuable vegetables. In Greece, we have at least 4 different colours of eggplant available. The taste is slightly different too! This gave me the idea to create another recipe suitable…

World-famous Greek salad with Keto macros
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World-famous Greek salad with Keto macros

Greek salad became extremely popular during the eighties and onwards. Not only in Europe, in Australia and America, our hard-working diaspora opened thousands of Greek tavernas, some of which are quite expensive and even gourmet. There are Greek restaurants even in Japan and from what I hear, they are extremely popular among Japanese people and…

Keto muffins with the Mediterranean essence of life
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Keto muffins with the Mediterranean essence of life

Muffins, those wonderful fluffy muffins! Some call them cupcakes and they could be the most popular baked goodies for many cake lovers. Not only Foodies, almost everyone has tried and at least once succeeded in making tasty muffins. But when it comes to Keto lifestyle, we all know that cereal flour is a big No-No! Usually,…

Keto-adapted Greek meatballs (keftedes)
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Keto-adapted Greek meatballs (keftedes)

I believe every nation has their own version of meatballs. Some make them grilled, baked, others cook them in a thick sauce or even in the soup. In Greece, we like the meatballs swimming in a thick, aromatic, red tomato sauce or in creamy yellow Avgolemono (eggs and lemon) sauce. Personally, I cannot decide which…

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