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Greek Artisans products


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Greek Artisans products

naoko | Apr 7, 2002 07:39 PM

I'm addicted to Greek Artisans' spoon sweets (fruits preserved in syrup). Although it's much more expensive than common brands available at supermarkets, this tastes like homemade, and without any additives: it doesn't have that preservative flavour. I like bergamot and bitter orange peels. Their olives, capers, and vine leaves (they are very small and can be a little difficult to make dolmades, but very tender and fresh-tasting) were also good. Olive oil, I don't know, though I read somewhere that it wasn't worth the price. It's available in many countries (according to their website), but in Athens it's available from some shops such as "Mesogaia" in Plaka (52 Niki Street), and "Xynos" supermarkets (Deinokratous Street in Kolonaki, and another one on Askripiou Street, near Ag. Nikolaos church, are close to the center of Athens)


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