Organic Unhulled (Natural) Sesame Seeds

  • Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Kosher, Vegan
  • Raw Unhulled Seeds
  • A Good Source of Copper, Calcium, Manganese, and Iron
  • Rich in Dietary Fiber and Protein
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The main benefit of Organic Raw Unhulled Sesame Seeds from Food to Live is that they undergo minimal processing. It means that they retain the majority of nutrients that these seeds have and have a rich flavor. Enjoy this product in baked goods, salads, sauces, and seasonings. And don’t forget about the famed tahini!

Benefits of Organic Raw Unhulled Sesame Seeds

People have used sesame seeds for many years. They respected these seeds throughout all of history as one of the top ingredients in the cultures where they were available. In the olden times, this was mostly Asia. However, today, everyone has easy access to Organic Unhulled Sesame Seeds. It means that you can easily buy a product that contains a lot of fiber, calcium, iron, B vitamins, and many others. Adding the seeds to your meals will enhance their flavor and give you quite a positive boost.

Organic Unhulled White Sesame Seeds in Cooking

First of all, you need to understand the difference between hulled and unhulled seeds. Hull is the part of the seed that contains oxalates, compounds that can make it bitter. This bitterness is very mild in sesame seeds, in particular. It mostly enriches the flavor, which is so soft in hulled seeds that they usually go unnoticed in recipes. On the other hand, organic unhulled sesame will be noticed, especially if you enhance the flavor by toasting the seeds for a few minutes before using them in your cooking. Be careful when doing this because they burn easily. The most basic and yet fantastic thing you can make with organic unhulled sesame seeds is to toast them and mix 16:1 with toasted coarse salt. Grind using mortar and pestle, and the resulting coarse seasoning will go well on anything short of cupcakes. Although, if you are creative enough, you can put it there as well. The Japanese, who elevated using sesame in the kitchen into a form of art, call this seasoning’ gomasio’. You can make tahini from unhulled sesame seeds, and it will taste more vibrant and a bit more bitter. Note that its texture will also differ slightly because the hull is hard, so your tahini will be a little coarse. Also, be sure to use organic unhulled sesame seeds in baking and sprinkle them on salads. Include them into sauces, uniquely, if you can combine them with soy sauce.

Storage Guide for Organic Unhulled Sesame

Unhulled seeds are less prone to rancidity, so they stay fresh longer. The pack can last you for well over a year if you keep the seeds dry and away from heat and sunlight.

  • WARNING: Contains Sesame Seeds
  • Storage Time: Up to 3 years
  • Country of Origin: Ethiopia
  • Packaged in: the USA
  • Store in: Cool, Dry Place
  • Allergy Info: Packaged in a Facility That Also Processes Tree Nuts, Wheat, and Sesame
  • Warning: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to
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