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Product Description
What you need to know about buffalo milk is that it comes from free-range buffalos living in the area of lake Kerkini. What is more, it has been proven to be very beneficial to the human body, especially for those with milk allergies and lactose intolerance. Compared to other types of milk, it is considered to be rich in calcium, iron, phosphorus, vitamins and proteins, and poor in cholesterol. This milk gives us a delicious and nutritious type of pasta. Could you think of a better combination? Enjoy this special pappardelle in meat dishes with rich sauces, serve them with chicken, mushrooms or smoked salmon or make mouthwatering pasta soufflés!
Semolina, flour, buffalo milk, eggs
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Product History
In the old days, in the villages of Greece, pasta was usually made during the summer, when it was dried out in a natural way and kept in the house cellar in order to be served in the winter. It was considered one of the easiest food to make and a simple solution to feed a large and hungry family. Greek traditional pasta vary depending on the region, shape, size and way of cooking. Plain, with cheese, with some sauce on top, with meat, in soups or even in pies, pasta is a food that everyone enjoys no matter the recipe!
Meet the producer: Andreadou Georgia
Andreadou Georgia

Georgia Andreadou from Ano Poroia, Serres, is engaged in the production and merchandising of traditional pasta. Respecting local origin, she makes pasta solely from buffalo milk, produced by free-range buffaloes living around Lake Kerkini. The main concern of this family business is to continue the taste tradition and make use of the local raw materials, always in consideration to people and of course the environment.

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Visit the region: Ano Poroia
Ano Poroia

Ano Poroia is located in the northern part of the prefecture of Serres, on the western slopes of mount Belles. The name Poroia comes from the combination of the words "poros" (which means passageway) and "roia"(which means flow) and indicates the location of the village on the running waters of the passage of Belles. The settlement was originally inhabited by the persecuted Greeks of Moschopolis, northern Epirus, Pindos and Grammos, and much later Asia Minor and Pontos. The houses are built amphitheatrically on the slopes of Lake Kerkini. Ano Poroia is characterized by a landscape of unique beauty, with shady plane trees, gurgling streams, forested slopes and cobbled roads - all characteristic of Epirus and Macedonian architecture.

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«Papardelle» traditional pasta with buffalo milk from Serres "Andreadou Georgia" 400g

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Product code: 000921 Gross Weight 405g
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Traditional pasta made with buffalo milk!
Meet the producer: Andreadou Georgia
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