Santorini Fava PDO 400g
Packaging: Plastic bag
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
Ingredients: 100% Fava. No Preservatives, No Pesticides
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Yes we came into an important conclusion: Fava is one of our favourite dishes.
Some of us Maltbies like it as a main dish, some as a side or a meze, but we all agree that we love it, as it brings in mind grandmothers/ holidays/ old greek cafes (kafeneia) back home.
So, following The Greek Larder's residency, we managed to get Thodori reveal his signature fava recipe and here we tried it in our kitchen with a Greek salad topping.
It was super easy and it was the perfect lunch break for busy people like us.
Santo Wines, Santorini, Aegean Islands
The Union of Santorini Cooperatives, now know as Santo Wines, was founded in 1947. Today, it represents all cultivators on the island of Santorini, and has over 1,200 active members. Santo Wines is committed to safeguarding local, traditional cultivation, and producing the highest quality Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Santorini wines, crops and produce, as well as promoting sustainable agricultural development. SantoWines invests in ongoing development and research, particularly looking at the preservation of biodiversity on the island through a nursery of indigenous varieties, which provides a solid base for study and the trial cultivation of local grapes. But the cooperative has a mission far beyond just viniculture, and it looks to promote all high-quality Santorini products, such as PDO Santorini Tomato, PDO Santorini Fava, capers and caper leaves. SantoWines preserves the Santorini taste so that it will remain available for everyone to enjoy.