Infrared-Roasted Sesame Seeds
Infrared ray is used to roast the seeds at a lower heat. This unique method cooks the seeds evenly without burning the shells, producing a smooth, nutty flavor without the bitter aftertaste.
INFRARED-ROASTED SESAME SEEDS
Thankfully, our partner Queens Bucket sets aside batch of seeds prior to pressing their oils. Like those used in the oils, these seeds have been carefully toasted by infrared ray, so that they are fully and evenly cooked, inside and out, without being burnt (as can happen with traditional high heat). The result is a deliciously nutty seed, without any bitterness, that is tasty as-is. And good thing, too, because sesame seeds are packed with vitamins and minerals thought to lower blood pressure, aid in cancer prevention, and improve bone health.
We use the seeds liberally in practically everything we make: sprinkled on salads, ground and used as a topping on ramen, mixed with vegetable dishes, and even added into our favorite chawanmushi recipe.
● 200g bag
● Made in Seoul, South Korea
● Made with 100% Korean grown seeds
● Ingredients: Sesame seeds
One of the oldest seed crops in the world, sesame seeds are rich in vitamins, minerals, and natural oils. Sesame is believed to improve blood circulation and metabolism, as well as aid in heart, bone, skin and hair health. It likewise contains lignans to aid in cancer prevention.