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SESAME

Scientific Name:- Sesamum Indicum 
New Corp:- October – November

 

DIFFERENT TYPES OF SESAME SEED

  • Natural Sesame Seed
  • Hulled Sesame Seed
  • Natural Black Sesame Seed

 

Sesame seeds (approximately 50% oil and 25% protein) are used in bakery and confectionary, candy making and other food industries. Oil from the seed is used in cooking, salad oils, margarine and contains about 47% oleic acid and 39 linoleic acid. Foods fried in sesame oil have a log shelf life because the oil contains a antioxidant called "sesamol". The oil can be used in the manufacture of soaps, paints, perfumes, pharmaceuticals and insecticides.

 

The seed exceptionally rich in iron, magnesium, manganese, copper calcium (90 mg per tablespoon for unhulled seed, 10 mg for hulled) and contain vitamin B1 (thiamine) and vitamin E (tocopherol). They contain lignin, including unique content of sesamine, which are phytoestrogens with antioxidant and anti cancer properties. Among edible oil from six plant sesame oil has the highest antioxidant contain. Sesame seed also contain phytosterols associated with reduced level of blood cholesterol. The nutrient of sesame seed are better absorbed if they are ground or pulverized before consumption, as in tahini. Sesame seed contain high amount of the anti nutrient phytic acid. Women of ancient Babylon would eat halva, a mixture of honey and sesame seed to prolong youth and beauty, while roman soldiers ate energy and strength. Sesame seed produce an allergic reaction in a small percentage of the general. Sesame oil is used for massage and health treatment of the body (abhyanga and shirodhara) and teeth (oil pulling) in the ancient Indian ayurvedic system. Ayurveda views sesame oil as the most viscous of the plant oils and believes it may pacify the health problems associated with vata aggravation.

 

Sesame seed are sometimes added to breads, including bagels and the tops of hamburger buns. Sesame seed may be baked into crackers, offers in the form of sticks. Sesame seed are also sprinkled onto some sushi style food. Whole seed are found in many salads and baked snacks as well in Japan. In Greece seeds are used in cakes, while in Togo, seeds are main soup ingredient. In Manipur (North Eastern state of India). Blacked sesame seed is used extensively as a favourite side dish called thoiding and in singju (A kind of salad). Sesame seed is used extensively for preparing these two dishes. Unlike mainland Indian they are prepared with ginger in thoiding with chill and with vegetables in singu which is spicy and hot. In Assam black sesame seed is hugely used to make til pitha and tilor laru (sesame seed balls) during bihu. Also in Tamilnadu, sesame oil used extensively in their cuisine, 'Milakai podi'. a ground power made of sesame and chill is used to enhance flavor and consumed along with other traditional food such as idli. Sesame (benne) seed cookies and wafers, both sweet and savory, are still consumed today in places like Charleston, South Carolina. Ground are processed, the seed are also used in sweet confection. Chefs in tempura restaurant blend sesame and cotton seed oil for deep frying. Sesame oil was preferred cooking oil in India until the advent of peanut oil.