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hobbyexerciser's Review

Thai Salad Quickie!
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Tasted great! I had ginger on hand and added that too

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Looks great. Can't wait to try. Thanks.

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Thanks! I really enjoy it big time. The dressing is definately enhanced with the sesame oil.

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gratefultobe's Review

Thai Salad Quickie!
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OK, this was great! It will be going to every pot luck this summer. It's a gorgeous dish, too. I used half the shoyu and half the olive oil. Cant wait to try it w/ the sesame oil.

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It's the only cold pressed, not toasted, yadda yadda...of sesame oil that I have had, so I have nothing to compare it to. ;) Tropical Traditions has pretty good sales that change weekly. :)

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hey thanks pixx. do you like this one? I'm going to give it a try. on sale too, cool.

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Eden brand

http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/organic_sesame_oil.htm

"organic, expeller cold-pressed, and lightly filtered retaining all of sesame’s unique aroma and rich flavor"

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Ya gotta love a good quickie! (wink)

emilyjayne, have you found a good raw or cold pressed sesame oil? I only have toasted right now and dont like the burnt taste. I will sub olive this time cuz it sounds so good I want to make it but if you have a brand name I could hunt down I'd appreciate it. THX

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