Greek Olive Oil
Greek olive oil deserves a special note. It accompanies almost all Greek dishes, it is used abundantly in most of them, it is of excellent quality and it is very good for your health. "Lathera" is a special category of Greek cooking based in olive oil. Read our recipes with olive oil.
When you read Hippocrates' holistic approach that food is the real remedy, Greek honey is one of the first things that come in mind. Greek nature and its biodiversity guarantees the best honey you would ever tasted. Read our "sweet" recipes !
The wines of Greece are consistently well-made wines, especially those from Santorini, made entirely or primarily of the assyrtiko grape. These wines in particular show pure briny, mineral flavors, as if they were the concentrated essence of millions of tiny seashells. Even in difficult blind tastings they ended up in higher places even from French Chablis. Read our collection with recipes cooked with olive oil.
The myriad benefits of yogurt are more easily understood when you eat Greek Yogurt. Everyone gives a big thumbs up to its thick consistency creamy taste, plus it's low in calories and packed with calcium and live bacterial cultures.
Fish and Seafood
Fish and Seafood is much tastier in the Greek waters than those from the oceans. The Aegean and Ionian Seas are crystal clear and rich with fish and seafood. Fresh fish on the grill is considered to be a true delight. Read our recipes with fish and with seafood.
Greek Fresh vegetables and fruits
It is well known that artificial cultivation of vegetables is not carried out due to the mild Greek climate. Consequently, most vegetables and fruits are cultivated in natural ways and they therefore maintain their aroma and their flavor. You will be happy and content after tasting a Greek tomato, cabbage, carrot, onion, parsley and garlic. At the same time, you will never forget the rich flavor and aroma of fresh Greek fruits. See our recipes with vegetables and fruits.
Greek Sea salt
The Greek Fleur de Sel is a 100% natural salt it is not altered in any way. Fresh, bright, white salt always slightly moist. It 's commonly used in preserves such as capers. It is literally As Greek as the Sea!
Almost every Greek gathers herbs from the hills and the countryside to use in their cooking. And usually they try to plant them in their own garden afterwards!! All Greek herbs are are renowned for their gustativeness, aromas and curative properties. As you taste some of the many different dishes when visiting the country , you will be mesmerized by the amazing aroma of oregano, thyme, mint and rosemary. Divine!