- Spring Onion
- Olive Oil
Ingredients Beans Garlic Onion Parsley Lemon Olive Oil Salt Optional
Ingredients Dandelion Chicory Silverbeet Chives/spring onions Radish tops Fennel Mint
Spade depth trenches have been dug, sheep manure and blood and bone have been dug in followed by thorough watering and covered by the soil that was dug out.
By Mark Dymiotis Response to: ‘Oil and trouble’, Epicure, Melbourne,
The traditional Mediterranean diet (i.e. the diet of this region before the 1960’s) is promoted as healthy and protective against disease. The Greek diet is regarded as the prototype Mediterranean diet. Traditionally, due to their dietary and lifestyle practices, the Greeks have very good health and life expectancy – without an expensive health care system. In Greece, the people of the island of Crete have a better health record and perhaps not surprisingly, the highest consumption of olive oil (25 litres per capita) in the world.
The Greek traditional diet is based largely on fresh, unprocessed seasonal plant foods. It is low in saturated fat and high in dietary fibre, starch, antioxidant vitamins (from cereals, fruit and vegetables) and polyphenols (from wine and olive oil).