5 Reasons You Should Not Ignore Sesame Seeds

June 11, 2015

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Sesame doesn’t just open caves, sesame opens you to a whole new world of nutrition and flavor. Whether the seed is black or white, adding it to your next sweet or savory dish can bring it to the next level. No time to cook with sesame seeds? We’ve got your back. Try them in any of PROBAR Meal bars today.


Photo by: Keith McDuffee


Known to be one of the first condiments as well as one of the first edible oils, the sesame seed goes back in history a long ways.  In fact, there is an Assyrian myth that claims the gods drank sesame wine the night before creating the world.  That’s a powerful seed!


Photo by: Stephanie Sicore


Sesame seeds are a tiny and versatile seed packed with nutrition.  Let’s take a look into what this little seed can do:

– Gluten-Free
- Rich in minerals – copper, manganese, calcium but also contains zinc and phosphorus
- Lots and lots of fiber
– High in protein
– contains phytosterols, compounds found in plants that are believed to reduce blood levels of cholesterol, enhance the immune response and decrease risk of certain cancers

Here are some tasty recipes to check out that have sesame seeds as the start ingredient:
Sesame Brittle by Simply Recipes
Honey Sesame Broccoli Salad by Worth Cooking
Simple Sesame Noodles by The Pioneer Woman

How do you use sesame seeds?  Share your ideas and recipes with us!