Gomasio (vegan). Gomasio is a Japanese condiment made of sesame seeds, salt, and, sometimes, seaweed. You can use black sesame seeds, white sesame seeds, or a combination. We keep it simple and just use white ones.
Gomasio is naturally gluten free and vegan. It is a table condiment, often sprinkled over a variety of foods to add flavor and a touch of saltiness. All five flavors of EDEN Organic Gomasio are low fat and cholesterol free. Vous pouvez cuisiner Gomasio (vegan) en utilisant 2 ingrédients et 2 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingrédients de Gomasio (vegan)
- Préparez 320 g of graines de sésame.
- Préparez 13 of grammes de sel.
Sprinkling gomasio sesame salt on food imparts abundant, rich flavor. The triple sea water washed EDEN sea salt comes from the environmentally protected historic salt marshes of Algarve, Portugal. Once you get used to have Gomasio on top of your pasta, rice or soups, you won't need Parmesan cheese for this purpose anymore – and who is writing is an Italian who used to be Parmesan-addicted! While the macrobiotic diet does include fish, gomasio itself is a vegan seasoning.
Gomasio (vegan) instructions
- Torréfier les graines de sésame, puis les mixer grossièrement avec le sel..
- Mettre dans un bocal. Se conserve des mois à température ambiante.
The traditional tool for making gomasio is a suribachi, which is the Japanese equivalent of a mortar and pestle. Since I got back into macrobiotics, I discovered gomasio (or gomashio), the macrobiotic sesame salt George Ohsawa was talking about in his book, Zen Macrobiotics. It is truly an amazing condiment! Gomasio is really easy to make, as it contains only whole sesame seeds and natural salt. For my gomasio recipe, I used whole white sesame seeds and Himalayan salt.