The story of the Galette –
The story goes way back into the ancient days when the Galette was once just a porridge of cereals merged together with water, then cooked on a warm sizzling rock. The Galette nourished the people of Brittany in the North east of France, during cold winter days.
A couple Centuries later, the buckwheat flour was brought back from Asia, which marked the beginning of the crispy, round and thin Galette we know today.
After some time, the sweet version was created using Wheat flour mixed with sugar, now known as the Crepe. This recipe has since crossed Oceans and Continents, which marked the start of the much loved Pancakes.
“Being Passionate about the Celtic Culture and being an absolute Crepe lover, living in Bali, we decided to bring back to Asia the delicious Galettes, Crepes…. and More! We have kept the Traditional recipes from our great great grandmothers, but also created others that are a blend of Celtic and Balinese traditions. ”
– The Spell
WHAT THEY SAY?
[ TRISKELE ] – Derived from the Greek word “Triskeles” meaning “three legs”, the Triskele or Triple Spiral is a complex ancient Celtic symbol.
A Celtic symbol related to earthly life, afterlife and reincarnation. It is drawn in one continuous line, suggesting a fluid movement of time. Triades are one of the most common elements of Celtic art. They also evoke the Universal concept of the domains of material existance – warth, water and Sky, body, mind and spirit.
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