Origin – About the product
The sesame is a seed of African origin, brought to America during the 1700s. The biggest producers of this small seed are India, China and Mexico. It is often used in Asian and Tahiti dishes. It is sometimes considered the oldest condiment known to man. Sesame seeds are tiny, flat oval seeds, with a nutty taste and with a very little crunch. Varieties can go from black, white, red and yellow.
The proteins are of high biological value, made up of 15 different amino acids with a high proportion of methionine (one of the 8 essential amino acids).
B1 activates acetylcholine, which optimizes mental activity throughout the morning. It is considered that this neurotransmitter is associated with memory. It is also consider a source of copper, manganese, magnesium, calcium, zinc and others. B1 increases the ability to improve hair and skin health, reduce blood pressure, stimulate strong bone growth, prevent cancer, increase heart health, etc.
Uses – Usage
This product is used in the baking industry and as a seasoning for raw cuisine, vegan or vegetarian, desserts. They can also be roasted for using them in salads or you can also make your own sesame milk. (As you do with almonds or bird seeds)
Packing and product Presentations
Laminated polypropylene sacks of 25 and 50 Kgs. Net Weight.