Raw Tahini


Raw Tahini must be freshly ground, at a low temperature to retain the vital nutrients. Made from the finest Sesame Seeds and nothing else, our Raw Tahini is wonderful in fruit salads, smoothies, on rice or oat cakes, in dressings and spreads or eaten straight from the jar, for a nutrient dense and energizing snack.


Translations: Žalias Tahini, Raw tahini, Sirova tahini, Nguyên Tahini, Rå tahini, Сырье Тахини, Raw Ταχίνι, الخام الطحينة, 원시 Tahini, Syrové tahini, Baku tahini, 原料芝麻酱, Surové tahini, טחינה גולמית, Rå tahini, Рав Тахини, プレーンテキスト胡麻, Rå tahini, कच्चे Tahini, Сировина Тахін, Raaka Tahini, Сурови Tahini

Physical Description

Raw tahini is creamy, but more viscous than peanut butter. Also raw tahini will have a layer of sesame oil that rises from the churned sesame seeds.

Colors: It is also beige/gray in color. When first opening raw tahini it will have a yellowish clear layer of oil on top.

Tasting Notes

Flavors: tastes of sesame seeds
Mouthfeel: Oily, Creamy
Food complements: Hummus, Pita bread, Sharma, Middle eastern foods
Beverage complements: Rose petal tea, Arak, Milk with saffron, Coffee
Substitutes: Peanut butter

Selecting and Buying

Buying: Raw tahini can be found in some grocery stores in the foreign food sections. It is also found at most natural food stores. Organic varieties do exist. Tahini is a great source of protein, and can be used in many vegetarian dishes.

Preparation and Use

There is no preparation is needed. Tahini can be used in sandwiches, sauces, salad dressings, and dips.

Cleaning: No cleaning is needed as it is found in a jar ready made.

Conserving and Storing

Tahini should be stored in a jar at room temperature, similar to peanut butter. It should not be kept in the fridge as it will harden.



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