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ses·a·me

(ses'ă-mē),
Benne plant, an herb, Sesamum indicum (family Pedaliaceae), the seeds of which are used as a food and as the source of sesame oil.
[G. sēsamē, sesame, an Eastern leguminous plant]
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Also 10 grams sesame seed was used to mix with honey.
Studies to design appropriate fermentation and storage techniques using different incubation materials to reduce the risk of mycotoxin contamination in sesame seed [8], optimization of enzymatic hydrolysis of defatted sesame flour by different proteases[9] and the effect of fermentation on the nutritive value of sesame seed meal in the diets for rohu, Labeo rohita (Hamilton), fingerlings have been investigated [7], yet there is dearth of information on the effects of fermentation container on the nutritional value of fermented sesame seed as the seeds were basically consumed roasted.
Sesame seeds are milled cold after they are refined.
An elegantly earthy flavor, McCormick(N) Gourmet Collection[TM] Black Sesame Seeds add the perfect nutty taste and texture to Asian and Mediterranean inspired dishes Known as the "benne seed," our black sesame seeds thrive in Asia, North Africa, and Central America and help you dream up an endless amount of inspired dishes.
Season and place the tuna into the sesame oil, then sprinkle on the sesame seeds coating both sides and leave to one side.
Japanese researchers even compared sesame seed lignans with flax seed lignans and found that sesame seeds elicited higher gamma tocopherol levels and lower TBARS scores (a measure of oxidative stress).
Black foods may typically contain more anthocyanin, isoflavones and minerals than their 'regular' counterparts, while black sesame seeds in particular also contain high levels of calcium, protein, iron and magnesium, to benefit the kidney and the liver, and are a good source of essential fatty acids.
The company is aiming to tap into the "age anxiety" that exists in the Asian market by producing a new frozen yoghurt that contains black sesame seeds.
Sesame seed remnants are removed with a sharp iron tool and left-over oil is absorbed with a white cloth then squeezed into the leather garra.
To ensure the quality of their sesame seed products and improve productivity, Haitoglou Bros approached Russell Finex with a challenge.
The sandwich is served with mayonnaise (which contains egg whites), lettuce, and tomatoes on a traditional Burger King sesame seed bun, which, according to Burger King, "contains a dairy component.
I used to enjoy hamburgers with sesame seed buns, but after eating them I'd end up in hospital with swollen lips and unable breathe," said Susan, 48, from Pinner in Middlesex.