Poriazis Barley Rusks 800g
Limnos barley rusks are made from selected crops grown on the Poriazis bakery's farms on the island. The grains are ground in traditional mills and the dough is kneaded, baked and stored without any preservatives or additives. Rusks from the island are rich in vegetable fibres, proteins and slow-releasing carbohydrates and can be used as a crunchy substitute for bread with any meal.
Best Before 17/08/2023.
Packaging: Plastic bag
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
Ingredients: Barley Rusks (Whole Barley Flour, Yeast, Leven, Salt)
Allergens: Gluten, may contain traces of Egg and Sesame.
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There is nothing better than a fresh, juicy salad and we love the Cretan version.
It has the perfect crunch that comes from the barley rusks, the creaminess that comes from the fresh curd and the saltiness from the olives and capers. Of course we love it, it's what we were brought up on. The grated graviera is not very common but it fits perfectly.
It's much more than a trip to the supermarket when it comes to Greek food. There are a number of small rituals involved, including the olive oil from your uncle's grove, the fresh cheese your mother brought last week while removing the one she brought a week ago, which she would then turn into little fritters and bring around on her next visit while castigating your wastefulness. It’s harvesting wild asparagus for such a brief period of time that it barely lasts a full lunar cycle. There will always be someone coming after you who shouldn't go empty handed, so you should never take everything you find.
It's your clumsy attempt at making your own marinated anchovies in a jar topped with olive oil, long forgotten. Self sufficiency will have to wait, your wife said after trying them, as you felt your ears turn red as if they were crimson sails prepared for battle. And finally a trip to the supermarket for some potatoes and eggs, or a beloved weekly trip to the “laiki”, the farmers market, which to my unorthodox Albanian mind, has come to replace the Sunday mass in both affection and devotion for many modern Greeks. Or if you live in London, you could go to Spa Terminus market and let the Maltby&Greek team enact the various parts like true pros.
Poriazis Bakery, Limnos, Aegean Islands
The Poriazis Family has been manufacturing exquisite, traditional, baked goods with wheat cultivated in the volcanic soils of Lemnos, since 1919. Husband and wife, Nikolaos and Chrysanthis, first founded the company with the aim of providing locals with the best bread, grains, and nuts. The company’s wide range of products highlights the flavours of the homeland by using 100% fine Lemnian wheat, and faithfully following grandmother Chrysanthi’s original recipes from 1919.