Sesame Seeds - Roasted, Organic
What is Japanese food without sesame seeds? When I open a package of these, my mouth waters. When I start grinding them up, my tummy rumbles. Meticulously so...
What is Japanese food without sesame seeds? When I open a package of these, my mouth waters. When I start grinding them up, my tummy rumbles. Meticulously sourced, sorted, and roasted, these organic sesame seeds are so aromatic and flavorful. The devil's in the details, and these tiny accents can really add to a dish and make a big difference. White sesame seeds are traditionally used in cooking or to make pastes, while gold and black ones are best suited for garnishes. To keep them super aromatic, I store mine in the fridge or freezer.
Etsuji Wada, 4th generation owner, is considered the best sesame roaster in Japan, personally roasting Wadaman sesame for over 45 years. Sesame roasting is a lot like coffee roasting, and attention to detail goes a long way. Wadaman sesame seeds go through meticulous six-step cleaning process, and three-step roasting process, at three different temperatures, to extract the maximum amount of flavor. Wadaman sesame oils are pressed in small batches, and of all of Wadaman's products the sesame oils are where the exceptional attention to quality in selection and roasting shines through. The oils are lightly pressed for lower yields, which results in a higher quality.
Made in Osaka, Japan
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Cargo, 81 SE Yamhill St.
Open for pickups 11am-5pm, Friday-Saturday. 1pm-5pm on Sunday.
Colibri Flowers and Plants, 1454 NE Prescott St.
Open for pickups from Noon-6pm, Wednesday-Saturday, and 1pm-5pm on Sundays.
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Pickups from 10:30am-1:30pm, Wednesday-Sunday.
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