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Peel the carrots, potatoes and onions, cut the stalk of broccoli & grate the Graviera cheese.


Wash the meat and dry well. Peel off the onions and garlic cloves. Stick the cloves into the onions. Grate the tomatoes. Cut the aubergines in bug chunks and salt. Heat a bit of olive oil in a pan and add the chunks turning them so they get brown at all sides. Dice the kefalotyri cheese.


Yoghurt is a very nutritious food and essential throughout lifespan. It is known as a food of high biological value, given its high content in numerous essential nutrients. In addition, when combined with fruits, yoghurt can be a balanced and tasteful snack of high nutritional value but also of low calorie content.


Chop the savoury leaves. Bash the garlic, leaves, pinch of salt in a pestle and mortar. Combine with softened butter. Put in parchment paper, roll into a sausage shape and chill. Half an hour before grilling the steak, remove from fridge and let sit, covered, at room temperature. Heat your grill to high. Brush the steak from both sides with olive oil and season with salt and pepper.


In a pot add water and bring to boil. Add the gnocchi and boil for two minutes.


Dairy products’ consumption is of great importance for children's growth, since they contain a variety of essential nutrients, including vitamins (such as vitamin A, D and B-complex vitamins) and minerals, such as calcium and phosphorus (which are necessary for skeletal growth), as well as potassium.

Dietary patterns adopted all around the world incorporate the consumption of dairy products on a daily basis. This applies not only to adults but also to children and adolescents, since dairy products are rich in high biological value proteins and constitute the most important dietary source of calcium. Calcium is a nutrient that helps strengthen and maintain healthy bones and teeth throughout lifespan. It is involved in skeletal growth and protects from fractures due to osteoporosis, a disease characterized by fragile bones in adults. Milk and yogurt are the richest sources of calcium and provide about 55% of a child’s daily calcium needs. Thus, parents need to ensure that these foods are included in their children’s daily diet.