Keto Crepes with a Greek twist
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Keto Crepes with a Greek twist

Anybody who ever tried good old thin crepes – loved them! The charm is irresistible. Before I continue this pro-European article, I must tell you, the language of modern Greece has been influenced by French much more than by English. We use their words for all car parts, machines, lifts, makeup, clothes… Greek women avoid our original word…

Public lectures as the fight against carb domination

Public lectures as the fight against carb domination

Greek goes public Recently, I have been giving public lectures on Keto, LCHF and generally low carb lifestyle. I believe that this is a brave approach to children and young athletes nutrition. Now, before you jump to any conclusions, I have to point out that I am not promoting Keto diet to children! I am…

All the benefits of making coconut milk at home
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All the benefits of making coconut milk at home

Every day, throughout the internet, I keep finding articles, social media posts or tips on using coconut milk. Yes, it’s a great substitute for cow’s milk if you want to keep your carbs low. Also, if you are lactose intolerant or you have problems with casein digestion. But then, people usually buy canned coconut milk….

Cabbage rolls the Balkan legend! Greek “Lahanodolmades” or  Sarma
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Cabbage rolls the Balkan legend! Greek “Lahanodolmades” or Sarma

Have you ever visited Balkan countries during the winter holidays? If yes, chances are you’ve been offered to eat “Sarma”. Most probably, multiple times per day. This traditional comfort food made with minced meat wrapped in pickled cabbage leaves and cooked with bacon has a status of superpower food. There is a certain belief that…

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