White Tahini

White Tahini

The only difference between the white and the wholegrain tahini is that for this one we use hulled sesame seeds . The production methods and the wholesome benefits are very much the same. We make the white tahini to the original recipe transcribed in an anonymous 13th-century Arabic cookbook, Kitab Wasf al-Atima al-Mutada – by grinding the sesame between two stones. Its nutritious benefits have been known in our lands since forever and any household that’s serious about good food is bound to keep a jar of it in the pantry.

 

Qualities

Aroma typical for tahini
Color biege
Taste characteristic of the sesame seeds
Appearance spread
Storagе at room temperature

What's in it

Tahini is an excellent source of copper, manganese and the amino acid methionine. Also listed as a source of the healthy fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6, along with lots of proteins and potassium. Once you open it, you will see some oil floating on top of the tahini - don't worry, it is a clear sign that this is a high quality tahini.

How's it made

We bake the seeds. When they are cool enough, we grind them in a stone mill. Then we fill in the jars with the creamy tahini.

Nutritional facts

in 100 g / % in 100 g*

Energy

681 kcal / 2849 kJ 34 %

Total fat

59,7 g 85,3 %

of which saturates

15 g 75 %

Carbohydrates

16,8 g 6,5 %

of which sugar

3,9 g 6,5 %

Protein

19,2 g 38,4 %

Salt

0 g 0 %

*8400 kJ/2000 kcal Reference intake of an average adult.

  • Certified Organic
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • GMO Free
  • Pesticide Free

Packaging

– glass jar 250 g

Ideas

Tahini with honey is one of the most wholesome breakfasts ever. It competes in taste and health benefits only with our hazelnut tahini and the peanut butter.

Made by 100% organically grown seeds.

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