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Mini carob rusks with aniseed and walnut

According to the historians, rusk was consumed by ancient Minoans (in Crete) as it was the only way to have a kind of bread to keep longer without spoiling, during their journeys. They call paximadi (παξιμάδι) to the ancient wonder bread … Continue reading

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Bread Baking Day#30- Aegean farmer’s bread

Bread is one of  the sacred food, both the polytheistic and the monotheistic religions of all the times. For especially Aegean region community, the relationship with bread has persisted in one way or another throughout the history,coming until today. And there is no doubt that … Continue reading

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