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McCormick® Sesame Seed

McCormick® Sesame Seed

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Sesame seed is the clean, dried seed of Sesamum indicum L. The slightly hard, flat, oval, small, smooth and shiny, dehulled, creamy-white seeds have a nutlike odor and an agreeable nutty taste. The sesame seed plant is an annual herb having an oblong shaped pod, containing the small, creamy-white seeds, varying in size up to 3.5 mm (1/8 inch)

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Shannon T.
Duluth, MN
23 reviews
These are ok, tend to be expensive for such a small container. I usually try to find the bigger bottles of other brands but will purchase this is those are unavailable.
Lily Z.
293 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 3
I am a fan of McCormick brand seasoning. However, I find that their products are generally pretty expensive, even when they are on sale. I love using sesame seeds to spruce up any salad dressings that I make. If you toast them, they taste even better. I would recommend you go to an asian grocery store to purchase seasame seeds. They come in bigger bags, and are often the same price if not cheaper.
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