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Sesame

Instead of croutons, toss sesame (plain or lightly
browned) to salads. 

Sesame

Sesame may be the oldest spice in the world as there are references to its use in Indian mythology, in which it is considered a symbol of immortality.

It's also one of the oldest cultivated crops. A drawing of a baker sprinkling sesame on a loaf of bread has been found on an ancient Egyptian tomb. 

Sesame originated in India and from there spread through the Middle East, arriving in Europe and North America in the 17th century. 

Today it's used mainly in breads and for sprinkling on pies or salads; it's also used instead of breadcrumbs in some recipes for fried shrimp, chicken, or cheese. 

Two popular Greek foods, tahini and halva, are made with sesame. 
 
  
bread, chicken, beef, shrimp, cheese, pies, honey

Pastelli is as delicious as it is nutritious. Lightly roast sesame seeds in a deep frying pan, then stir in thinned honey. Bring to boil, then remove from heat. Spread on a baking sheet lined with non-stick waxed paper and cool thoroughly before cutting. 
sesame has a higher calcium content than milk? 

Sesame has the third-highest calcium content among foods, with 989 mg. per 100 grams–or 99% of the Recommended Daily Allowance for adults. Sesame is also rich in manganese, iron, phosphorus, and Vitamin B1; one-quarter cup sesame contains 74 percent of the RDA of copper, a particularly important trace element. 

SESAME SEEDS
(55 gr.)
SESAME SEEDS
(50 gr.)
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