Sesameis an edible seed, very versatile in the kitchen as it can be mixed with other spices to make a number of dishes of all types. It is mostly used whole seed, sprinkled on salads, breads, sauces, moles, meat biscuits, sweets, etc. Sesame contains about 20 % protein, a large percentage of vitamin B and 55 % oil, which makes it ideal for keeping skin fresh and glowing.
It is advised during pregnancy and menopause for its large amount of calcium, is good collaborator pair to increase mobility in the joints, and is recommended in times of weakness or anemia by considerable iron content. It is said that this little seed prevents male infertility for its contribution of zinc.
Makes 4 servings
Serves : 3-4 people
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