Tsivoula came from a family with many children, seven, eight, very poor and half of them were not very smart. They said that she was involved with a guy from Kalamata. They had a child together and lived at her expense, so she threw him out but she loved very much her child who did not go to school or learn how to write and read. Every Saturday she went to the butchers and asked for a piece of meat of all kinds. sheep, beef, she put them in a pan, she took them to the bakery inside the castle and when it was ready, she took the pan in her hands, sat outside the oven and ate it with her bare hands.

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