Sesame seeds are small, oil-rich seeds that come in various colors from cream-white to charcoal black. They are one of the oldest oilseed crops known they were found over 3000 years ago. They are grown primarily for their high oil content. It is a tropical flowery plant initially cultivated in Sub Sahara Africa and now grown all around the world
It is a common ingredient in cuisines worldwide because of its intense nutty flavor, especially in Asia.
Due to its high level of natural antioxidants, it is one of the most enriching vegetable oils. It is rich in protein and is also a good source of minerals (manganese, calcium, zinc, and magnesium)
These minerals found in sesame seeds have many health benefits. They provide relief for rheumatoid arthritis; helps prevents colon cancer, osteoporosis, and migraine, and supports vascular and respiratory health.
Natural sesame seeds are widely used in bakery products such as loaves of bread, breadsticks, cookies, candies, pasta, vegetables, halva, and curry dishes. However, like many other seeds and foods, sesame seeds can trigger allergic reactions in some people.
To extract the Sesame oil, the Seeds are first cleaned to remove the sand and any unwanted materials. It is then dried in low heat, after which they are crushed, and the oil is extracted. Through Filtration, the seed is separated from the oil.

Hulled Sesame Seeds

Sesame seeds are a necessity for home cooks. All-natural and raw, the hull is removed from these sesame seeds for a similar appearance and texture. Use them to make homemade tahini paste, or sprinkle them over bread and baked goods. Hulled sesame seeds make enticing garnishes for stir-fries and salads.

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Natural Sesame Seeds

Natural sesame seeds are left in their nutritional hull to protect their delicate omega fats from oxidation. With a rich nutty flavor, sesame seeds are a recommend source of omega 6 fatty acids, antioxidants and protein. Both nutty and nourishing unhulled sesame seeds have a unique and intense taste which makes them perfect sprouting, a great addition to raw breeds, cookies, and breakfast cereals.

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Black Sesame Seeds

Black sesame seeds are similar to the white sesame seeds, but are not hulled and have a stronger flavor and aroma. Black sesame seeds have a rich nutty flavor, making them a delicious addition to curries or simply eaten straight from the pack, for a protein-rich snack! For an eye-catching, nutritious addition, sprinkle black sesame seeds to your favorite salad or stir-fry. Black sesame seeds are often used in Asian cooking and are also great for baking

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