Sushi Chef sesame seeds are the kind used in the finest Japanese restaurants. They have a delicate flavor and make an attractive and delicious addition to a number of Japanese dishes. They can be sprinkled on vegetables or salads, ground and added to dipping sauces, or mixed into rice dishes. Sesame seeds are best if dry roasted just before their use. Put the seeds in a heavy ungreased pan and place over medium heat. Shake the pan occasionally until the seeds turn golden brown (about one minute). Remove from heat immediately and serve. Nutritional Information: This product has no significant nutritional value per 1/4 tsp. serving.