This flat tiny seeds offer multiple health benefits and is rich in calcium, copper, magnesium and monounsaturated fatty acids.
Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry, dark place.
Uses: Can be used to add texture, taste and aesthetic value to a variety of bakery products like bread, bread sticks, soups sticks, cookies, sesame bars and also as an additive to cereal mixes and crackers. Sesame seeds can also be added to your smoothies. Or garnish your favorite salad or vegetables with sesame seeds for a crunchy, nutty taste.
Sesame seeds is definitely a nutritional powerhouse, but only when in moderation. Eating just 1 to 2 tablespoons a day allows you to reap the nutritional benefits without going overboard. Those suffering from food allergies should also exercise caution when consuming sesame seeds and definitely consult a doctor before consuming daily.