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As I am of Greek extraction, I know all too well that this CAN be categorized as Greek. Tahini is very commonly used in Greek cuisine and can be used many ways. Very good.

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Carol Bullock June 20, 2001

The amounts of liquids in this recipe are very wrong (much too low). A corrected recipe may be found at #230944.

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johnrscanlan August 25, 2010

Thanks for the recipe! I wanted to make hummus, but didn't have any tahini. . . realized I had sesame seeds and could probably make it myself - which I did!

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Mirramar August 28, 2009

This is my first time making and eating tahini. I liked it very much. I made this to go with najwa's Greek style turkey burgers and they were great together. Thank you for a new experience for my taste buds......Stephanie

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mommyoffour January 30, 2007

This dish, with slight variations (usually lemon juice is used) is very common in Middle Eastern Countries and should not be categorised as Greek, but "collective". I suspect that it is in fact Lebanese.

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Erdal Onurhan November 28, 2000
Tahini