[SPICE] Sesame (Full Brown)

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Sesame Seeds | Scientific name: Sesamum Indicum

Sesame is an annual plant grown mainly in China, India and Burma. The plant has yellow flowers, including the seeds of sesame seeds found in a pod. Sesame seeds are small and flat and hard to dry in large quantities due to their density.
There are two varieties of sesame: yellow sesame seeds from which the brown sesame and white sesame are produced, the difference is the bark, and the black sesame is another species. 
So the sesame is actually white sesame seeds and therefore has high nutritional value.

Culinary Uses:
It is recommended to add sesame to pastries, salads, steamed vegetables, and more.
Sesame is one of the ingredients of the common hyssop mixture and is an important component in a variety of salad mixes.

The whole sesame is rich in fiber derived from the bark, in addition to minerals, vitamins and even 7 times more calcium than milk. It is recommended to eat in anemia, constipation, hemorrhoids.

Directions for use:
Add to taste a variety of dishes, cheeses, salads.

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