(on order) Alta Gusto Greek cookies with must 400g
Must cookies were usually made in
autumn, when the grapes were ripe and collected from the vineyards. Their juice
produced must. However, because must cannot last for long, a specific technique
was developed. Sugar was added as a preservative and petimezi was produced. In
this way, any products made from must could be made throughout the year, and
any unused must did not have to be thrown away.
Popular shapes of the cookies include
‘braids’ or something like the shape of alpha, α the first letter of the greek alphabet.
Must cookies have a specific flavor and
are much enjoyed and popular throughout the country. One of the reasons being
that there is no animal fat in them. They can be eaten as a snack, with tea or
coffee drinks, or as a dessert at any time.
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- Store Name: GIORGIA greek food business
- Vendor: ppanagiotidi
18 Royal Canal Court, Royal Canal Way, Rathborne, D15
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