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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby kurupetos » Tue Feb 10, 2015 5:35 pm

miltiades wrote:I'm not a big eater and being a diabetic I have to watch what I eat, however when I Cyprus I ...leave diabetes behind and indulge in foods that normally I would avoid.

There are numerous diabetes friendly foods one can eat such as fresh vegetables salads and of course charcoaled ameletita , karaolous, louvana, all accompanied by none other than zivania.I particularly enjoy fresh artichokes when in season, a few repania, aggouraki and a little yogurt. Avocado pears are also an excellent food drenched in olive oil, vinegar and mixed with yogurt.

Olives are also Diabetes friendly and delicious too and are a good accompaniment to any food. The stalks of broccoli with a little salt and lemon are ...therapeutic in many ways and delicious too.

By the way, why is it that the Greeks end almost all as "aki" ie "neraki, psomaki , psaraki etc and yet aggouraki is aggouri !!

You should also watch what you post, ol' fart.
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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby miltiades » Wed Feb 11, 2015 12:30 am

kurupetos wrote:
miltiades wrote:I'm not a big eater and being a diabetic I have to watch what I eat, however when I Cyprus I ...leave diabetes behind and indulge in foods that normally I would avoid.

There are numerous diabetes friendly foods one can eat such as fresh vegetables salads and of course charcoaled ameletita , karaolous, louvana, all accompanied by none other than zivania.I particularly enjoy fresh artichokes when in season, a few repania, aggouraki and a little yogurt. Avocado pears are also an excellent food drenched in olive oil, vinegar and mixed with yogurt.

Olives are also Diabetes friendly and delicious too and are a good accompaniment to any food. The stalks of broccoli with a little salt and lemon are ...therapeutic in many ways and delicious too.

By the way, why is it that the Greeks end almost all as "aki" ie "neraki, psomaki , psaraki etc and yet aggouraki is aggouri !!
:lol:
You should also watch what you post, ol' fart.

They don't call you Kouroupouttaki for nothing :lol:
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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby kurupetos » Wed Feb 11, 2015 3:48 pm

miltiades wrote:
kurupetos wrote:
miltiades wrote:I'm not a big eater and being a diabetic I have to watch what I eat, however when I Cyprus I ...leave diabetes behind and indulge in foods that normally I would avoid.

There are numerous diabetes friendly foods one can eat such as fresh vegetables salads and of course charcoaled ameletita , karaolous, louvana, all accompanied by none other than zivania.I particularly enjoy fresh artichokes when in season, a few repania, aggouraki and a little yogurt. Avocado pears are also an excellent food drenched in olive oil, vinegar and mixed with yogurt.

Olives are also Diabetes friendly and delicious too and are a good accompaniment to any food. The stalks of broccoli with a little salt and lemon are ...therapeutic in many ways and delicious too.

By the way, why is it that the Greeks end almost all as "aki" ie "neraki, psomaki , psaraki etc and yet aggouraki is aggouri !!
:lol:
You should also watch what you post, ol' fart.

They don't call you Kouroupouttaki for nothing :lol:

You are 0.
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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby Cap » Sun Feb 15, 2015 8:10 pm

UCY's Maritime Archaeological Research Laboratory to excavate Nissia Shipwreck

http://www.ucy.ac.cy/marelab/en/researc ... -shipwreck

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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby kurupetos » Thu Feb 19, 2015 7:45 pm

I prefer gray salt.
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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby Cap » Tue May 26, 2015 5:15 pm

Revolutionary Cypriot 'Down Syndrome' test finally goes global.

http://in-cyprus.com/cyprus-down-syndro ... on-market/




Cypriot team wins the NASA space apps challenge.

http://cyprus-mail.com/2015/05/18/cypri ... bee-drone/

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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby kurupetos » Wed May 27, 2015 2:03 pm

Lordo will be the first to fly to the moon. Lucky bugger! :lol:
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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby Cap » Mon Jul 20, 2015 7:37 pm

And again , another UCY contribution.

NEW INTERNATIONAL DISTINCTION FOR THE PHOTOVOLTAIC TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS

http://www.ucy.ac.cy/pr/documents/Press ... 5/FOS1.pdf
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Re: Anytthing cool made in Cyprus?

Postby Cap » Sun Jul 26, 2015 6:22 pm

experimental solar energy and desalination facility


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