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xmelissaa

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My dear friend has a nut allergy, and I noticed that there are so many Greek cookies and desserts with nuts!! Do you have any advice?
 

Tpebop

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Yes Greek yogurt either plain or with fruits.
 
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ellinasgolfer0320

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Off the top of my head: profiterol, galaktoboureko, mpougatsa, kormos, loukoumades...
 
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auroracoor1

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My dear friend has a nut allergy, and I noticed that there are so many Greek cookies and desserts with nuts!! Do you have any advice?
You mustn't be Greek, because all Greeks have nuts and are nuts.
 
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k_tsoukalas

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It can be tricky to navigate, but off the top of my head, you don't need to include nuts to make the following:

Kourabedies
Galaktoboureko
Bougatsa
Koulourakia
Fanouropita
Greek Yogurt Cake
Milopita

I am sure there are others. If any of the above list nuts for some reason (I sometimes see this with kourabedies, for example), you can easily omit them.
 

How long can you store phyllo in the freezer for?

I've been stocking up on phyllo from the Greek supermarket for quite some time… about six months in the freezer. How long will it stay fresh for? And when will I need to use it by? If anyone has advice I would really appreciate it.

How to make a classic Greek village (horiatiki) salad

This village salad is probably one of the most popular salads in Greece. Many Greeks will start their lunches and dinners with the salad and it is considered to be very healthy, especially when you use local ingredients. All you need to do is chop up the following ingredients and toss it in a salad bowl.

- 3 tomatoes
-Half a red onion
-Half a green pepper
-1 block feta cheese
-2 large spoonfuls of olives
-2 large spoonfuls of olive oil
-2 teaspoons of oregano
-1 teaspoon of salt

How to make thick and creamy Santorini fava!

Santorini fava is a classic staple in Santorini cuisine, and it has spread all over Greece. The dish is very simple to make, and taste even better when you use high-quality ingredients like Greek olive oil. It is a very budget friendly meal, and can stay in the fridge for a few days without going bad. It can get a bit dry so I suggest squeezing some lemon and adding a bit more olive oil if you're going to eat it over the course of a few days. Here is how you make it:

G is not only for Greece but Gastronomy— and gourmands:

What desserts are served at Greek weddings?

Are there any desserts that are specific to Greek weddings? I’m going to a Greek wedding this summer and I would love to know waht tasty treats are on the menu so I know what to look forward to! 😋
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