Recipes with White Sesame Seeds and Oregano

Sesame seeds are small and sometimes overlooked but they are one of the seeds that Americans eat the most (hamburgers!) Beyond baked goods like hamburgers and everything bagels, they are used in a lot of Asian, Israeli, and Middle Eastern cooking.

Our Organic Oregano is grown in Mexico, Peru, Turkey, United States and it's flavor is mildly pungent and bitter, slightly sweet.

To make the perfect falafel you'll need to soak dried chickpeas. Canned chickpeas have too much moisture to create a fluffy falafel. Top off your meal with creamy tahini made from sesame seed paste blended with garlic and lemon.


A fresh recipe to add to your chicken repertoire. Olive oil, lemon zest, and lemon juice, freshly cracked black pepper, salt, and dried oregano, thyme, and parsley makes for a delicious marinade.

They look close to the familiar round shape that we are used to -- just longer! Seen around town in Jerusalem, these bagels are bouncier and crunchier. The sesame seeds on the outside are toasted to a dark golden color and the smell is amazing. Instead of butter or cream cheese, try dipping it in za'atar-- an herb spread!

Mix ground lamb with organic dried oregano and pomegranate juice. After it's fired on the grill, slice thin white onion to garnish the top. Serve with a side dish of rice.

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