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    • “A buttery, velvety mouthfeel, slight tang, and clean finish.”

    • “NYC’s Seed + Mill have elevated halva to an art form, dotting their halva slabs with tasty oils, nuts, and spices.”

    • “Tahini is a staple in my kitchen, and the tahini from Seed + Mill in New York is a current favorite. It’s perfectly silky, never dry and chalky, even after sitting in the fridge.”

    • “Seed + Mill is your new go-to for fresh halva, tahini, and sesame ice cream.”

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    Our Community Is Saying Nice Things!

      • “I LOVE halva and am so happy I found your store. I heard about you in a radio interview on NPR a couple of years ago, and wrote your name down. Here in Michigan, I used to be able to buy halva in Greektown in Detroit, where there were a lot of mom & pop Greek stores that sold big rectangles of halva.”

        - KIM

      • “I never leave the city without stopping at your Chelsea Market location. Can't wait to see you again.”


      • “My tahini arrived a couple days ago, and last night, I used some to make a delicious sauce for roasted broccoli. This stuff is fantastic! I am newly addicted.”


      • “My fiancé and I got engaged on a bench on The High Line, just after a sample snack of the halva we just bought from you. We would love to have your halva at our wedding reception as a nod to that November day.”


      • “Ever since I went to Israel 2 years ago, and discovered “real” halva (not the prepacked stuff I used to see in the deli as a kid), I had been searching for it here in Boston. Until, I discovered Seed and Mill, and then discovered it in the market by my office! Totally addicted!”


      • “I have a lot of nostalgia related to halva. My mom used to set it out in little cubes with toothpicks in it for her weekly mah-jongg games. That was ages and ages ago.”