Its origin is from the depths of Asia Minor, hence its name - in Turkish kaynar it means "boiling" or "boiling", and is meticulously used to refer to the "beautiful but inaccessible woman" - It was known for its healing properties, especially in colds. Nowadays, Kainari is drunk outside the houses and in several villages of Lesvos and especially in the area of Agiassos, where it is served in traditional cafes.
Truffle is a relatively rare type of underground mushroom. We find it at a depth of 6-15 cm below the soil. To "feed", it is attached to the roots of trees or shrubs. This is called "mycorrhizal coexistence". Coexistence is also beneficial for trees because they absorb potassium, phosphorus, iron and trace elements from truffles. Truffle absorbs carbohydrates. These trees are called "hosts". The most common are oak, aria, holly and hazelnut.
Prickly pears are one of the first fruits to come to Europe from America. It was first introduced in Spain and then in the rest of the Mediterranean countries. Prickly pears are yellow or reddish fruits (when ripe), with a characteristic aroma and sweet taste. It is rich in Vitamin C and fiber. They reduce hangover symptoms and help cope with headaches, nausea, dry mouth and all the symptoms of intoxication. They regulate cholesterol and blood glucose.
Already designated as "over-the-top" due to its antioxidant power, black garlic has gained an impression in the field of gastronomy and healthy eating. Produced from white garlic, it first appeared in Japan, Korea and Thailand and has in recent years become a staple in the West and especially in the US. It has twice the antioxidant power of white garlic, offering the body an ally against free radicals.