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Baron's Pure Tahini Sesame Paste | Rich Creamy Taste for Hummus, Dips & Baba Ghanoush | Kosher, All-Natural, Keto-Friendly Ground Seeds | Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten- & Peanut-Free | 2 Jars of 16 Oz.
SMOOTH TASTE, BLENDS WELL, EASY TO HANDLE: This tahini has very little if any of that bitterness that usually occurs in this type of paste. Its consistency is well blended and thinner than usual – therefore it is much easier to handle.STONE-GROUND SEEDS ENSURE FINEST TEXTURE: Baron’s brand’s tahini paste features a silky-smooth texture that makes it the perfect basis for creamy hummus, delicious dips, butter or salad dressings, along with many main courses and desserts.NUTRITIOUS SUPERFOOD FOR A WHOLESOME DIET: Tahini is kosher, keto-friendly, paleo approved, vegan, gluten- & dairy-free and full of healthy vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, fiber & antioxidants. It’s ideal for baking, protein bowls & smoothies.PREMIUM PASTE DERIVED FROM PURE SESAME SEEDS: This aromatic pure tahini paste boasts a deliciously nutty flavor that refines dips and sauces, makes veggie trays pop and gives roasted chicken or sautéed fish dishes an exotic touch.2 BIG 16-OZ. JARS MADE OF BPA-FREE PACKAGING: In contrast to many beverage and food containers made from other plastics, our generously sized 16-ounce jars with snap-on lids are made of PET – a safe, recyclable material that contains no BPA.
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13 Reddit comments about Baron's Pure Tahini Sesame Paste | Rich Creamy Taste for Hummus, Dips & Baba Ghanoush | Kosher, All-Natural, Keto-Friendly Ground Seeds | Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten- & Peanut-Free | 2 Jars of 16 Oz.:

u/toramimi · 11 pointsr/PlantBasedDiet

Sauces, does salsa count?

Two months ago I stumbled into /r/SalsaSnobs and it was so fun and tasty that I've made it a weekly cooking adventure! Tonight I finished off an entire mason jar of homemade pineapple pear salsa, no salt no sugar just veggies and fruit and deliciousness! I've done different varieties, mango habanero is probably the best overall and most popular with the people I've shared with, but peach pear was pretty fucking great as well!

In my experimenting I also started taking unsalted roasted peanuts and cooking with garlic and chili de arbol, then blending up with white vinegar to make a thick pouring, idek, mole? Something. It's got fucking bite!

I also make guacamole at least once a week or so, just pico from tomatoes onions and jalapenos chopped up, avocado blended smooth with the juice from one lime and cumin garlic powder and paprika, then the pico folded into the blended avocado.

Hummus is great and filling as all fuck, but I try not to make it too often - less than once a month, it's a special treat. I use tahini made from just straight sesame seeds and canned chickpeas, with cumin and garlic and lemon juice, but it's so full of (healthy) fats and I'll end up eating everything I make, so have to limit myself!

u/BigBennP · 9 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

>classic hummus

I've been making my own Hummus for about a year and a half now, and I've been pretty pleased with it, it has far less oil too. I buy the ingredients online, I could get canned chickpeas locally, but couldn't get Tahini. Canned chickpeas are about 99c a can in most grocery stores if you go that route.

5lb of Organic Chickpeas $14.95 - - a whole hell of a lot of chickpeas. It lasts me ~2 months making a batch a week.

2 16 OZ jars of Tahini $10.49 which is enough for 5-6 batches of Hummus.

  • 2 cups dry chickpeas (or 2 16oz cans canned).
  • 1/2 cup to 1 cup tahini depending on taste.
  • 1/2 cup to 1 cup lemon juice
  • 1 tsp baking soda to add to water while cooking chickpeas
  • 1 tsp salt, more to taste
  • 2 cloves garlic or 1tbs prepared garlic
  • Pepper, Cumin, Parsley, to taste.

    I cook 2 cups dry chickpeas, which will fill up a 5 cup food storage container no problem, which is a LOT of hummus.

    Chickpeas are beans, so they need to soak. Soak them in water overnight, then drain, put in a pot of fresh water, add a tsp of baking soda and simmer for ~2 hours. You want to cook them until the skins are dissolved and they're really soft, which is the key to smooth hummus. Once they're done, drain them.

    Mix about 1/2 cup Tahini with 1/2 cup lemon juice (2 lemons give or take if you use fresh) and 2 cloves garlic (or about a tablespooon of chopped garlic) and put in a blender or food processor and blend for a bit. Add salt and pepper, and optionally you can add parsley and cumin and/or greek seasoning. Add the cooked and drained chickpeas and blend until smooth. Add a bit more lemon juice or water if it's too thick for you.

    More Tahini will give the hummus a deeper and richer flavor, but nutritionally Tahini is a bit like peanut butter, so the more Tahini the more calories/fat it's going to have. It's still reasonably healthy, just higher in calorie.

    Tastier than store bought Hummus and generally healthier because most store bought hummus uses some form of vegetable oil and sesame flavoring rather than actual tahini, so it has more fat in it.

u/MattBooker · 4 pointsr/vegan

According to you (19F 112lbs) need to eat at least 1498 calories a day just to maintain your weight when resting. So if you're wanting to gain weight, you need to eat at least that amount.

For reference, a cup of dry quinoa becomes two cups when cooked, and is 626 calories.

Cook it in some veggie stock with seasoning, and once it's done add black beans, lentils, maybe a can of diced tomatoes, and whatever veggies you want. You can easily get 1000 calories from just that one meal.

Oh! Another high calorie whole food is tahini, which is just ground up sesame seeds and is used to make things like hummus or a bunch of wfpb sauces. It's also about 90 calories per tablespoon.

u/ForgottenJoke · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

I have better luck soaking them overnight, then boiling them for an hour or so, less in a pressure cooker.

Make sure you reserve some of the liquid from boiling, and add small amounts if the hummus seems too thick.

Additionally, do not forget the tahini. You may be able to find it locally cheaper, and I have heard some people have substituted peanut butter. I've never tried peanut butter, but I have made hummus without the tahini and it just doesn't taste right.

u/cohen_dev · 2 pointsr/vegan

i've seen tahini at almost every big grocery store.

it's often found in the kosher section (where the gefilte fish, matzo, and matzo ball stuff is), which is often near the asian sections, and I've also seen it near the nut butters.

and of course, there's always amazon

u/InterstellarMom · 2 pointsr/AskTrollX

Here's a good deal on Amazon. Hummus is awesome.

u/CONFESSING_CATHOLIC · 2 pointsr/PlantBasedDiet
u/molrobocop · 1 pointr/AskMen

This is what I buy $10.49 for a 2 pack. It's good stuff.

My additional spices are white-pepper, cumin, and a some sumac. I think the sumac is largely pointless.

u/ViktorV · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

.38 cents an ounce isn't bad for being shipped right to your door, but typically wholesale goes around for $3-4 a pound, which is around .20-25 an ounce.

But, effort plus grinding when you can get the same (shipped to your door) at .36 an ounce of tahini premade professionally.

I'd go with this instead of manually grinding it.

u/dreadpiratemumbles · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

Here's what I do:

  • 1 can chickpeas, drained and rinsed

  • 2-3 Tbsp chopped garlic

  • 1-2 Tbsp Tahini (bought off of Amazon, can sub peanut butter [or regular sesame seeds, but you should use a high powered blender to bake sure the bits get broken up])

  • 1-2 Tbsp lemon juice

  • Pinch of salt

  • Water to help it blend (usually people use olive oil, but this makes it lighter/cheaper)

    I usually add everything to a little bullet blender (starting with the smaller amounts). Then, I add water in small amounts and blend until the hummus is well blended. Finally, I taste it, and adjust the garlic/tahini/lemon juice/salt until it tastes how I like it. It costs a little more than $1 to make this recipe, and it yields nearly 2 cups of hummus, so it's definitely cheap!

    If you're worried about the cost of tahini, I got 32 oz for $10.50 off of Amazon, this one, which is about 31 cents per ounce (2 tablespoons). I keep mine in the fridge.
u/incipient_imperator · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

I'm not familiar with tahini prices. Is this a good deal, or should I check local Middle Eastern groceries?

u/riadfodig · 1 pointr/EatCheapAndHealthy

No idea if it's the same, but you can buy it on Amazon if you really want to. Note that this is more than double the price of what I buy locally for the same size. Try to see if there's an asian grocery store near you.