These small tasty, unhulled seeds are used in cereals, crackers, spreads, drinks, casseroles, granola, candies, soups, salads, fish and baked goods. Delicious when toasted and sprinkled on grains or main dishes. Known as tahini when ground into a butter. A nutritious mayonnaise substitute may be made by simply blending sesame seeds with water (1 part seeds to about 2 cups water), season to taste.|
Nutritional highlights: Rich in Protein, Iron, Calcium and Phosphorus and other minerals; Vitamins B & E, EFA, fiber.
Sesame Seed Sprouting Instruction: Soak 4-6 hours using 1 cup of seed per half-gallon jar. Ready in 1-2 days. Tiny sprout, turns bitter if left too long.