Rusks made with Ancient Wheat - Sfakia, Crete (8.8 oz)
Rusks have a crunchy texture similar to croutons. If you'd like to soften them a bit you can run them briefly under water. They are a delicious and long-lasting pantry staple that can be used in so many different ways. You can serve them with some of our delicious dips, cheese, and olives as a mezze, dip them in soups, or add as a crunchy topping to salads and pasta.
A great piece of toast!
Loved it! The right consistency, the right rough taste, really what we were looking for.
Worth the splurge!
These are delicious! I turned my nose up to them in Crete last year. My bad! I like they are made with ancient grain and the traditional baking technique. If you’re a low carb snob like me you need to try them!
Whole grain deliciousness!!!
Rusks are great with soups or salads, they give crunch and bite to an otherwise soft meal. These rusks have a complex flavor close to whole wheat, but with a hint of rye or something. Very nice, I use them to dip in my coffee too when what I really want is a cookie but we keep cookies out of the house. Did you ever dip your toast in coffee? then you know how nice that can be.
Ancient grain rusks are awesome!
We placed them on the bottom of our Greek salads. They are incredible!