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Try a simple, but very tasty salad, where the main ingredient is considered to be a real Greek feta, white cheese from sheep's milk.
How to try Greek salad on Crete
Salads in Greece are divided into hot and cold, and the most delicious of them one that the world is called "Greek salad", and in the homeland "rustic", or "horyatiki". It consists of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions, olives and olive oil, and the crown of all salad is feta, cheese from sheep's milk with a touch of acidity.

You can eat this salad at any restaurant and taverna in Greece.

How much?

€4,5 for portion in a restaurant.

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