It’s all in the sourcing. Little Sesame’s hummus is made from organic chickpeas grown by Casey Bailey on his family farm in Fort Benton, Montana. Casey uses regenerative farming techniques, which improves the soil health. You can taste the difference. This hummus is super smooth with just a hint of a garlic. Use it as a dip with fresh pita and crispy vegetables, or spread on a plate and top with spiced and roasted vegetables, Hot Hearts, or wherever your heart takes you.
Contents: 8-ounce or 16-ounce container of hummus
Producer: Little Sesame
Location: Washington, D.C.
Little Sesame was founded in 2015 by Nick Wiseman, David Wiseman and Ronen Tenne. Nick grew up in D.C. and developed an appreciation for quality ingredients while living in California. He’s spent the last decade working with his cousin David, connecting good farming with good food. Ronen grew up in Tivon, a small town in northern Israel outside the port city of Haifa. Nick and Ronen met more than 10 years ago, cooking in some of New York City’s most acclaimed kitchens, dreaming of the day they’d start their own business.
Nutritional value and ingredients: Chickpeas are high in protein, fiber, iron, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A, C, and E. This hummus is made without preservatives, and has only organic chickpeas, tahini, garlic and fresh lemon juice. It’s finished with olive oil, sumac and smoked paprika. Store in the refrigerator and eat within three days.