Seaweed Gomasio (Sesame Salt) Condiment

3.5 oz jar

Retail Price: $3.89

Our Price: $2.90 (Save 25%)

3.5 oz jar

Why You’ll Love It

Gomasio with dulse, nori, and kombu sea vegetables, the easy way to get their benefits. Sprinkle gomasio on whole grain, pasta, salads, vegetables, popcorn, and more. Eastern cultures do not put straight salt on food. They use condiments like gomasio to better balance and enhance. Sesame's oil is released by roasting, and it coats the salt and amplifies it for more taste from less salt. Easy dual shaker/pour cap.
SKU: 024182002096

About This Brand

The oldest natural and organic food company in North America.Eden Foods began in Ann Arbor in the late 1960s with friends sourcing natural food. Youth motivated by a study of a worldwide phenomenon centered upon macrobiotics: eating a diet of whole grain and seasonal local plant foods that are not nutrient depleted and without toxic chemical adulteration.Natural foods were simply not available at the time, so they started the Eden food co-op to bring them in. Their initial $200 orders to Erewhon in Boston and Chico-san in California were well received and caused a local stir. This lead to co-op members traveling rural roads, knocking on doors looking for farmers to grow food using organic methods.The Eden co-op grew into a natural food store offering whole grains, beans, soyfoods, sea vegetables, miso, cereals, vegetable oils, seed and nut butters, and the like. It expanded adding a cafeteria, bakery, and books, and became known as the Eden Deli. It was one of very few places in the...
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Organic Whole Sesame Seeds, Sea Salt, and the Sea Vegetables: Organic Dulse, Nori, Kombu.

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Reviews For Seaweed Gomasio (Sesame Salt) Condiment

Based on 19 Reviews

Great for a plain veggie bowl

I love this stuff. Together with some EVOO, makes a simple veggie dish just delish. If you're not sure what to put it on, have a peak at this dressing and veggie bowl idea. A perfect pairing.

- Clean Living Guide

Balanced yet exciting!

Delicious on so many foods. The Nutty flavor of the sesame seeds is harmonized well with the subtle, savory tang of the salt. A shake in the hand then popped into the mouth is not amiss while preparing food!!

- Mitchell

A Favorite Seasoning!

This is such a nice flavoring and especially good on fried tofu pieces! It enhances the taste of salads and just about anything. Good salt replacement!

- Sharon

It's the bomb!

I love this stuff on anything!

- Trevor

Open Sesame!

This spice rocks! Very tasty and it goes well with so many different types of dishes!

- Milena

Seaweed Gomasio

Love this as an alternative to salt. Great flavor and texture. I use it all almost everything!

- Rebecca

Seeweed Gomasio salt

Really enjoy this on popcorn!

- Patricia

Seaweed Gomasio (Sesame Salt) Condiment

Adds such a wonderful flavor to soups, salads, just about any savory dish, without a salty taste to it. This is my most used condiment, and the first item I will be re-ordering.

- Suzy


This tastes so good! It's slightly sweet not overwhelmingly so. My 5yr old loves it on tofu, edamame pasta, and beans.

- Mercedes

excellent seasoning!

This product is an excellent seasoning for meats and veggies! We purchased it locally last year but ran out & couldn't locate it again until we found Thrive. It has a very subtle flavor which even works with favorite recipes.

- KyHome

Great Taste!

Don't need any other seasoning when using Seaweed Gomasio Condiment.

- Margie

Organic go to spice.

We use this on everything from salad to popcorn. Especially good in egg salad.

- Yvette



- Davonna


So glad I tried this -- love it on salad, asian dishes, and about everything!

- kathleen

Ok, slightly disappointing

I bought this because I wanted to use lose pure salt in my diet, but I still wanted a spice that would make my food taste better. One good thing about this seaweed condiment is you can put it on a bunch of things like popcorn, salad, rice, veggies and your meat and fish.

But the taste is just ok. I had heard it would be more like a nut taste, but the sesame feels more overwhelming than I wanted. It's not off-putting, just not as flavorful as I hoped.

- Jack Patterson

Brings out flavor

If you're looking for a healthy spice that is all-natural and organic, this Eden Foods condiment is something that should be in your kitchen. I use it on roasted vegetables, sauces and to marinade my meat before I put in on the barbecue. There's a strong sesame flavor to this spice, and just enough sea salt to give your food that extra bit of kick. It's gluten-free and also safe if you're a vegan or practicing kosher.

- Cameron Adams


This seasoning is a very tasty addition to just about any savory dish or salad. I use it often.

- debra


It is great on veggies, popcorn, salads and even meats Great flavor(s)!

- Ranay


Love the flavor!

- Sasha

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