What is the main meal of the day in Greece?
Greek meal times
Lunch: Often eaten later than in northern Europe, perhaps around 14:00. Lunch is often a light meal. Many Greeks, especially those working in the private sector, skip lunch altogether. Evening meal: This is the main meal of the day, eaten around 21:00 or later when the air temperature has cooled.
What do the Greek eat for breakfast lunch and dinner?
Breakfast was a light meal that typically consisted of bread or porridge. At lunch, the Greeks might eat fish, cheese, legumes and fruits. And then, they had a BIG dinner! At sunset, the Greeks filled their tables with all sorts of foods, vegetables, fish, legumes, cheese, bread, olives and wine.
Did the Greeks drink milk?
The Greeks are said to have considered drinking milk as a barbaric act: monsters in their mythological stories drink milk as well as eat men. While milk was prescribed in exceptional circumstances as medicine, people never consumed it every day. Nobody ate butter, though Ancient Greeks did add it to cheese.