Even if they’re really small, sesame seeds contain many nutrients such as minerals, antioxidants, fibers and phytosterol (substance known for its ability to lower bad cholesterol). Whole and in oil or butter form, this seed is used in multiple dishes! It is its nutty flavour that makes them so popular in cooking and in baking.
Keep sesame seeds in an airtight container in the refrigerator because they become rancid quickly.
May contain peanuts, other nuts, milk, soy, wheat, gluten, eggs, mustard, sesame and sulphites.