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    Dietary Information:

    • Organic
    • Peanut Free
    • Vegan
    • Gluten-Free
    • Dairy Free
    • Non GMO



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    Sugar Alcohol 0 g
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    Sesame Seeds, Toasted

    Sesame Seeds, Toasted



    sesame seeds.

    Usage Tips:

    sesame seeds can be used in both savoury dishes and sweet desserts. add sesame seeds into the batter the next time you make homemade bread, muffins or cookies. sesame seeds also add a great touch to steamed broccoli sprinkled with lemon juice. try combining sesame seeds with rice vinegar, tamari or soy sauce and crushed garlic to create a delicious dressing for salads, vegetables and noodles.

    for a quick, asian inspired dinner, sauté chicken with sesame seeds, tamari or soy sauce, garlic, ginger and your favourite vegetables.


    sesame seeds should be stored in the refrigerator since the high oil content can cause the seeds to go rancid.

    Point of Interest:

    sesame seeds are more than just for decorating breads and hamburger buns. they lend a subtle crunch and rich, nutty flavour to all kinds of foods.

    one of the oldest known condiments, sesame seed has been used for thousands of years and is an integral part of a variety of cuisines around the world. it is commonly used in east asian cooking, sprinkled as a condiment over rice, for example, or used to coat deep-fried sweets. sesame seeds are also the main ingredient in tahini, a paste made by grinding toasted, hulled sesame seeds, which is a central ingredient in middle eastern cooking.

    Nutrition Facts
    Valeur nutritive

    Serving Size 100 g
    Portion 100 g

    % Daily Value
    % valeur quotidienne
    Calories / Calories 567
    Fat / Lipides 48 g 74 %
    Saturated / satures 7 g
    + Trans / trans 0 g
    35 %
    Cholesterol / Cholesterol 0 g 0 %
    Sodium / Sodium 40 mg 2 %
    Carbohydrate / Glucides 26 g 9 %
    Fibre / Fibres 17 g 68 %
    Sugars/ Sucres 0 g
    Sugar Alcohol/ Polyalcool 0 g
    Protein / Proteines 17 g
    Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0 %
    Vitamin C / Vitamine C 0 %
    Calcium / Calcium 12 %
    Iron / Fer 60 %

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