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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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The GI of honey and mixture of honey and sesame seed were determined by using of this formula [13]:
This time was adequate to sufficiently loosen the sesame seed, allowing hand stripping off of the coat.
It was largely grown in Hadramout in the past, but nowadays it is not a lucrative business - a 45-kilo sack of sesame seeds is only worth YR 10,000- and its cultivation has largely fallen into decline.
Comparative effects of flaxseed and sesame seed on vitamin E and cholesterol levels in rats.
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.
Warm water, called as-saqiya, is poured into the press before the sesame seeds are tipped in and the press is started up.
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.
Coat tuna with black sesame seed mixture, pressing firmly so mixture adheres to the tuna.
Fuerst Day Lawson, supplier of specialist products to the food industry, can now supply sesame seed processed in India's most modern plant, as part of a new partnership with Amira Tanna Industries Pvt.
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.
Combine saikyo miso, egg yolk, sesame seed paste, sake and sugar in a double boiler and cook for 10 minutes.
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.