Tag: Greek

Keto Taramasalata

Keto taramasalata – It can be done without bread and potatoes!

Keto Taramasalata was one of the most requested Ketonisations we kept receiving from Greeks and lovers of everything Greek. It’s extremely popular among tourists but rarely anyone knows the ancient recipe. We thought, since we ketonised the Skordalia, a good Ketonian will know how to turn it into Taramasalata with […]

Keto Crepes with Feta

Keto crepes with Feta – Ohh la-la the creaminess!

Keto crepes with Feta cheese is another project of ketonisation and unusual combination. I could have just used goat or sheep cream cheese and prepare standard Keto crepes. In fact, we already have several recipes that call for mascarpone or cream cheese in the crepes batter. One of them is […]

greek ebook

Αποδεκτές τροφές στην Κετογονική δίαιτα – pdf αρχείο

Ένα αρχείο που θα βοηθήσει προχωρημένους και αρχάριους να έχουν μια λίστα τροφών την οποία μπορούν να χρησιμοποιήσουν ανά πάσα στιγμή. Το αρχείο μπορείτε να κατεβάσετε από εδώ και να το έχετε σε οποιαδήποτε συσκευή. Οι εικόνες των social media με ένα κλίκ σας οδηγούν στην επιθυμητή πλατφόρμα!

Carnivore Moussaka

Carnivore Moussaka – Let it be Greek to you

Carnivore Moussaka anyone? How about this crazy but delicious idea! I was just talking to my butcher about slicing the veal very thin for Viener schnitzel when the idea came to me. Instead of layers of zucchini, eggplant and tomato, why don’t I try to make a Carnivore Moussaka? I […]

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.