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Black sesame seeds
High fat content
Achieve a more intense aroma by toasting the seeds
Sesame seeds are from a plant indigenous to India, which was spread and cultivated thousands of years ago through Asia and the Mediterranean. Mentioned in Egyptian hieroglyphs, sesame seeds were mixed with honey by Roman soldiers and consumed to preserve their strength.
As opposed to its white variant, black sesame seeds are unhulled and are more common in the Far East. They also have a more powerful aroma.
Black sesame seeds have a high fat content with a favorable composition. They mainly contain mono and polyunsaturated fatty acids. They also have significant levels of fiber. These nutrients collectively contribute to the health of the cardiovascular system, digestion and the health and beauty of the skin. Sesame seeds also contain a wide range of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants, which can contribute, for example, to the prevention of arthritis.
It is mainly used to decorate homemade breads and pastries. The seeds can also be mixed with pasta or sprinkled on top. Its aroma can be intensified by carefully toasting the seeds, making even a common hamburger bun something truly special.
The seeds can also be mixed in creams, sauces and non-dairy yogurt.
Ingredients: black sesame seed
Nutritional information (Typical values per 100g):
Store in a cool and dry place!The product was packaged at a factory handling soy, gluten, celery, mustard and sesame seeds.
Country of origin: India.