Sesame Seeds, Black
$5.00 – $15.00
Black Sesame Seeds have more flavor and a stronger aroma than Hulled Sesame Seeds, and are popular in Far Eastern cuisine. The coined term “open sesame” originated by the sound made from the sesame seed pod bursting open when it’s ripe.
Use in Asian cooking, sushi rolls, rice dishes, salads, and breads.
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