Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Golden Millstone's Organic Sesame Butter Giveaway / Review 2 Winners Total Value $29.90

Finding healthy and All Natural products continues to become easier and easier thanks to my computer.  I love social media and using the Internet to connect with and locate new products (what I mean by new is....new to me).

The other day I stumbled across a very unique and healthy alternative to peanut butter and subsitute in cooking and baking.


I had no idea such and healthy and earthy product existed.  Did you know....
Golden Millstone's Organic Sesame Butter is the only sesame butter that is made purely from high quality sesame seeds grown in Ethiopia, ground in a traditional method with a 90-year old millstone (to preserve natural benefits), and packed in a glass jar (to avoid harmful plastics) with no additives whatsoever! 

Each serving of Sesame Butter is loaded with fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals!  It may be loaded with all the good stuff, but don' forget Golden Millstone also leaves behind the bad stuff like added salt and sugar.

Golden Millstone sent me out a jar of their Premium Organic Sesame Butter to sample and review...plus they are going to send 2 lucky winners a glass jar of Sesame Butter to enjoy themselves!  So why don't you show them some love on Facebook?  Or order some Sesame Butter for yourself!

I was surprised at how beautiful and silky tan the color of the sesame butter appeared.  The aroma was very nutty and rich.  The jar I received was very liquidy but when I placed a spoon in the jar to sample a taste; the sesame butter easily clung on to my spoon.  The Sesame Butter was very smooth and velvety on my tongue.  It had a very complex flavor notes, including nutty, sharp and tangy.

I enjoyed adding honey to naturally sweeten the Sesame Butter in order to savor it on a piece of toast.  The honey mellowed out the complexity and made for a perfectly smooth and creamy spread.

Since the Sesame Butter was so liquidly, I had to try it in a Sesame Dressing that I created.  It incorporated perfectly and added a very rich and flavorful Sesame profile. 

1 (1/2-inch-thick) slice peeled fresh ginger
1/4 cup Golden Organic Sesame Butter
3 Tablespoons of olive oil
1/4 cup rice vinegar
1 1/2 tablespoons honey 
2 tablespoons water
1 teaspoon chili paste for a kick
1 Tablespoon minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon salt

There are many recipes on the Sesame Butter website to create and enjoy, plus more nutritional information.

 Who wants to win a jar of Golden Millstone Premium Organic Sesame Butter?  Enter below for your chance to win 1 of 2 jars.

Good Luck!

Disclaimer: Sesame Butter provided me with a free
sample of their product to review/giveaway, and I was under no obligation to review it if
I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or
sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.



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52 comments:

  1. I would try it on my veggies as a dip! ~ Kristin D

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  2. I think what you did sounds good. Mix it with honey and have it on bread.

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  3. I would try it on a sesame butter and jelly sandwich and on toast. I might try sauteing some vegies in it too.

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  4. The old fashion way peanut butter and jelly sandwhich

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  5. I would love it on bagels
    eg kaufman

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  6. I'll eat it on Fuji apples just like I do with peanut butter.

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  7. I'd like it on bagels or with jelly on a sandwich.

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  8. I wanna try Sesame Sugar Cookies

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  9. This recipe is good Sesame Sugar Cookies

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  10. I think I would try it with jam on toast. :)

    vgsaxon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. I would try it on bagels and toast w/peanut butter over it

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  12. I would eat it on tasted cinnamon swirl bread!

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  13. I would use it on toast or with my apples as a snack

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  14. * Mandatory Entry - How would you enjoy Golden Millstone Sesame Butter if you won? Tost ;)

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  15. Id make the Nutty but Nice Smoothie recipe!

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  16. I would make pnb blondie brownies!

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  17. i think any type of bread related food (btw julie ronan's blondies sound yummy!)

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  18. the shakes and no bake cookie recipes sound good as does the asparagus one.

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  19. This looks very Yummy! I would definitely try it for veggie dip. There are numerous things to try it with. A peanut butter and sesame spread sandwich. Thanks:)
    Kathleen Quinlan

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  20. Id try it on my morning toast
    agnesye@hotamil.com

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  21. Id make the Nutty but Nice Smoothie recipe
    agnesye@hotmail.com

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  22. I would make the Nutty but Nice Smoothie

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  23. JR Pickett (Vicki Vix on r/c form)March 23, 2012 at 1:52 AM

    I'd use it on crackers and as a rub on chicken. Nice giveaway. Thanks.
    fromfurrin at gmail dot com

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  24. I would put it on whole wheat bread!

    larkspurpurple (at) gmail.com

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  25. Instead of peanut butter in sandwiches and on apples

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  26. on tacos or a turkey spinach sandwich

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  27. I'd use it to make Butternut Hummus

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  28. I'd put it on an English Muffin.
    magickalblessings26{at}gmail.com

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  29. I'd really like to try the Sweet Butternut Hummus.
    magickalblessings26{at}gmail.com

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  30. While we were stationed in Japan, I came to love a garlic sesame dressing that they sold in the Japanese grocery stores. I would figure out a way to make something comparable.

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  31. I WOULD MAKE A DIP FOR MY GIRLS..

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  32. I would like to try the Savory Roasted Eggplant with Tahini.

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  33. I would make the Savory Sesame Sweet Potatoes. :)

    vgsaxon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. I'd love to try this recipe - Delicious Spinach Saute
    retirenavalflyer(at)gmail.com

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  35. I'd toast it on some french bread
    mrbutouatgmaildotcom

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  36. I would like to make the Sesame Sugar Cookies
    mrbuyou@gmaildotcom

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  37. on english muffins
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  38. I would first try it on a bagel probably. I love sesame bagels, so why not?

    Aaron Bretveld

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  39. I would use this as a replacement for cooking with butter. It would be nice to add a different, healthier flavor to the sauteed spinach.

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  40. The recipe I'd like to try the most from the website would be the sesame kabobs

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  41. I would love to try it on a sandwich with jelly or honey. Thanks!

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  42. I would enjoy it in sandwiches!

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