Sesame is extremely rich in iron, so it takes only 50 grams of that seed to fulfil the entire daily requirement of the body for this mineral. Calcium, manganese, copper, magnesium and selenium are present in big quantities, too. Vitamin E occupies a special place.
Basket whole wheat sticks with sesame pair so well with cherry tomatoes, aromatic herbs and olives.
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