Family: Sesame (Pedaliaceae)
Ingredients: 100% natural cultivated sesame seeds. According to research from nutrition experts, black sesame contains many unsaturated fatty acids (45-55%) such as aracic acid, palmitic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, amino acids ….and many minerals such as copper, calcium , iron, phosphorus and manganese. Besides, black sesame also possesses a large amount of vitamins, protein, calories and high oil content (40% – 60%) and especially does not contain cholesterol.
- Lower blood cholesterol
- Improve cardiovascular health
- Anti-inflammatory and reduces rheumatoid arthritis
- Preventing cancer
- Provides essential nutrients to support vegetarians
- Stimulation and milk supply for lactating women
- Helps with skin problems.
How to use:
- Make black sesame brown rice flour: Wash sesame and brown rice, dry and roast on the stove until fragrant. It should only be roasted for 5-7 minutes until fragrant. Then let it cool down and use a blender to puree it into a powder for later use.
- Cooking porridge: Soak rice overnight. Then you wash it and put it in a blender with 500ml of filtered water. Put the sesame seeds in the blender to make a powder. Pour the milled rice into the pot, add 500-600ml water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce the heat and bring to a boil. Stir occasionally until the porridge has thickened. Pour the ground sesame seeds into the same pot of porridge, stir well, and then turn off the heat. Scoop the porridge into a bowl, add honey and roasted peanuts to taste.
- In addition, use in sweet soup, cook porridge, sesame soy milk, roasted sesame juice, …
Not for people with blood pressure problems (erratic rise and fall)
People with digestive disorders
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Expiry date: 12 months