About Carwari Tahini Hulled
Creamy with a Whitish colour
Mild and light in flavour and a hit of sweetness
Tahini's versatility has made it very popular all throughout the Middle East. In Turkey they mix tahini with pekmez, a jam like substance made from grapes, figs or mulberries. They usually prepare this mixture for breakfast, and it is especially popular during the winter time. In Iraq tahini is mixed with a date syrup and spread over bread as a sweet treat. But here in the west tahini is becoming ever more popular in pre packed sandwiches and as a substitute for peanut butter. But the best thing about tahini is its extremely high nutritional content.
Tahini contains B Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B15. B Vitamins play an essential part in the running of the body. They promote healthy cell growth and division, including that of red blood cells, which will help prevent Anemia. They also support and increase the rate of metabolism, enhance immune and nervous system function as well as helping to maintain healthy skin and muscle tone.
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