Sesame Seed Hulled – 8 oz
Ingredients: 100% Hulled Sesame Seeds
The Sesame Seed Hulled is a good source of many nutrients. These include:
- vitamin B1.
- dietary fiber.
In addition, the sesame seed hulled is rich in two unique substances. These are sesamin and sesamolin. Both elements belong to a group of special fibers. These beneficial fibers are called lignans. Lignans have been shown to have cholesterol-lowering effects in humans. It can also prevent high blood pressure. Lignans also increase vitamin E supplies in animals.
The sesame seed hulled can be added to culinary recipes. For instance, it can be a great touch to steam broccoli. Sprinkle in some lemon juice into the mix and it can be a great culinary treat.
Another way to enjoy it is to spread tahini on toasted bread. Tahini is a type of sesame seed paste with hulled sesame seeds. Honey can also be drizzled into the mix. Aside from honey, the bread with the sesame seed hulled can be eaten with miso. These recipes can be for a tasty and nutritious snack.
Another way to enjoy sesame seed hulled is to toast it with other ingredients. Specifically, mixing the spice with rice vinegar, tamari, and crushed garlic. It can then be used as a dressing for salads, vegetables, and noodles.
Want an Asian-inspired dinner with these seeds? Sautée chicken with the seeds. Add in tamari, garlic, and ginger to the recipe. Complete the mix by adding your favorite vegetables. This is a quick and healthy recipe for a delicious meal.
The seeds are a good source of dietary fiber. Hulled sesame seeds are somewhat better in terms of fiber as compared to seeds without their husks. This is due to the hulls containing bran. Nonetheless, both types of sesame seeds are great in promoting good digestion.
USDA — Organic