A thick paste made from ground sesame seeds.(noun)
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Use "tahini" in a sentence
"The first of them – I suppose we could call it "tahini tracking" – is just a disturbing replay of a 60-year-old mistake."
"Ginny took a bite of pita dipped in tahini, then said "Mmm, you have to try this.""
"BTW, tahini is available in Morelia at the health food store near INAMI and its branch on Av. Universidad."