These cream or black colored seeds from the sesame plant are one of the world's oldest spices. Besides their use in baking, they are the source of oil, ground for tahini paste, and used commercially in margarine production. Black sesame seed is used in addition to or in place of regular white sesame seed for a different, more colorful appearance on breads and vegetable dishes.
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That extra little touch.
By: Harriett Seckinger - Clyo, GA Aug 26, 2012
Sesame seeds are good to have when I want to make a good, old-fashioned seed cake. They are also good to have when making bread.They add that extra little touch.