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Welcome to Sweet Tahini 

We're on a mission to connect you to the vibrant Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food culture, to take you to the bustling open-air markets in the Levant, bring you the sounds, smells, and sights of Tel Aviv, and offer you a warm welcome in the spirit of the region’s great generosity and hospitality. 

Indulge yourself with our nutritious products, dive into our blog posts, join a dining event, or explore our recipes page to bring the classic Eastern Mediterranean flavors into your own kitchen. 

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Based in Boston, Sweet Tahini is an immigrant women-owned business, crafting plant-forward desserts, snacks, and dish enhancers using Middle Eastern nutritious pantry staples. Sharing our culinary traditions is our passion, and we often welcome people into our home for events and classes to experience the region’s food culture firsthand.

Metal pots and piles of empty coffee cups, at Samir's restaurant in Ramla

Our events and classes are a celebration of Middle Eastern flavors and stories. We bring the region’s ancient food staples to life, giving you a glimpse into Tel Aviv's street food scene, and providing you with a one-of-a-kind social and culinary experience.

Essential spices and seasoning: cumin and, coriander seeds, sumac, cardamom pods, turmeric, za'atar, and Dukkah.

We believe that creating healthy, delicious dishes for yourself and your family is one of the best gifts you can give. Our recipe notebook includes classics that we frequently make, the detailed instructions as well as improvising suggestions will help you perform these staple dishes with ease.

Fresh figs, at The Carmel open-air Market in Tel-Aviv

There’s nothing more comforting, pleasing, and mood-boosting than a little something sweet.

In the ancient Middle East, clusters of raisins, dates, and fig cakes were given as reviving foods, and sweets were created by combining fruits with nuts, and wheat, or sesame butter (tahini) with honey. At Sweet Tahini, we strive to preserve these practices, and by combining the region’s nutritious pantry staples we bring these old-time flavors to life.    


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