Sesame Seeds: To Hull or Not To Hull That is the Question!

Aren’t seeds excellent? So tiny but so full of goodness! The humble sesame seed is packed full of protein. Protein makes up approx 20% per cent of the root, with a good serving of magnesium, manganese, copper, tryptophan, calcium, iron & zinc thrown in. They are also a good source of healthy fats.

You may be used to seeing the more commonly known white seed, but the black sesame seeds are richer in specific nutrients, such as phytosterols which help to block cholesterol production.

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