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Clearspring Organic Sesame Oil 500ml

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Ingredients

Organic Sesame Oil ingredients:

100% organic sesame oil.

About Organic Sesame Oil

With its light flavour and healthy balance of omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids, sesame oil is valued throughout Asia as the most versatile culinary oil. It is associated with the magical command which opened the door of the robber's den in the Arabian Nights tale, and the name derives from the ancient Egyptian word 'sesemt'. Thanks to its abundance of antioxidants, Clearspring Organic Sesame Oil is exceptionally stable, and resistant to rancidity.

Customer reviews

Untoasted organic sesame oil is fabulous for making humus with chickpeas AND getting lots of goodness from the unheated, uncooked oil with a gentle flavour - I highly recommend it.

By Eileen Freeman on 12/10/2015

I only use this for oil pulling, so can't comment on its use as a cooking oil. It has a warm, toasty flavour, and I find it preferable to coconut oil for oil pulling, especially as I tend to feel less "gaggy" when using it. I love that it's organic and cold-pressed. Great quality, nice bottle. Can't fault it.

By samira_p on 25/03/2014

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