Rusks - Breadsticks

Rusks are a key ingredient of Greek food culture since antiquity. Known as Dipirites bread, historians believe that was used even during the Minoan years. Rusks were the main food for sailors, shepherds and farmers, as it was the only thing that could be preserved for several days, even months, from the date of production.
The nuts are rich in vitamins B (vitamins that strengthen the nervous system), starch (supplies the body with energy), fiber (valuable for bowel function).
Rusks can be eaten in breakfast, as a perfect snack, a necessary complement of our lunch or a healthy and light dinner.