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December 3, 2019

4 Reasons to Love Black Sesame Seeds

Black sesame seeds are a nutrient-rich food with a rich, roasty flavor. They have been prized for their health benefits for centuries, and they are now becoming increasingly popular in the West. Black sesame seeds can be eaten raw, roasted, or ground into a paste. They can be added to smoothies, yogurt, oatmeal, or salad dressings. They can also be used to make black sesame milk, which is a delicious and nutritious beverage.

Here are 4 Reasons to Love Black Sesame Seeds:

1. Black vs. White Sesame Seeds

White sesame seeds have the hull removed. Black Sesame Seeds have the dark hull still intact and have great nutrition and a nuttier flavor. (It’s a myth that black sesame is roasted and white is raw! It’s all about the hull.)

2. Way back in BC

As early as 1600 BC, when Indian farmers harvested the small seeds, Black Sesame has been prized for its rich, roasty flavor. Grown primarily in Africa and India in tropical regions.

3. Health benefits

Low Cholesterol: Black Sesame contains sesamin and sesamolin that help lower cholesterol.

Cancer: phytosterols in the seeds can reduce your risk of certain cancers like colon cancer.

4. Nutrient highlights

Calcium, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin B-6, omega-6


On “everything bagels” and in furikake (Japanese spice mix) – inside Taiwanese glutinous rice desserts and coating Indian sweets – Black Sesame Seeds are everywhere! Black Sesame Milk is the fun & edgy member of the Three Trees family – have you tasted it? The dark, slightly sweet, roasty & nutritious milk is great by the glass or as a flavorful addition to cereal, coffee, smoothies, or wherever you use milk.

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4 Reasons to Love Black Sesame Seeds
December 3, 2019

4 Reasons to Love Black Sesame Seeds

Black sesame seeds are a nutrient-rich food with a rich, roasty flavor. They have been prized for their health benefits for centuries, and they are now becoming increasingly popular in the West. Black sesame seeds can be eaten raw, roasted, or ground into a paste. They can be added to smoothies, yogurt, oatmeal, or salad dressings. They can also be used to make black sesame milk, which is a delicious and nutritious beverage.

Here are 4 Reasons to Love Black Sesame Seeds:

1. Black vs. White Sesame Seeds

White sesame seeds have the hull removed. Black Sesame Seeds have the dark hull still intact and have great nutrition and a nuttier flavor. (It’s a myth that black sesame is roasted and white is raw! It’s all about the hull.)

2. Way back in BC

As early as 1600 BC, when Indian farmers harvested the small seeds, Black Sesame has been prized for its rich, roasty flavor. Grown primarily in Africa and India in tropical regions.

3. Health benefits

Low Cholesterol: Black Sesame contains sesamin and sesamolin that help lower cholesterol.

Cancer: phytosterols in the seeds can reduce your risk of certain cancers like colon cancer.

4. Nutrient highlights

Calcium, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin B-6, omega-6


On “everything bagels” and in furikake (Japanese spice mix) – inside Taiwanese glutinous rice desserts and coating Indian sweets – Black Sesame Seeds are everywhere! Black Sesame Milk is the fun & edgy member of the Three Trees family – have you tasted it? The dark, slightly sweet, roasty & nutritious milk is great by the glass or as a flavorful addition to cereal, coffee, smoothies, or wherever you use milk.

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