Brown Seed Sesame is high in protein and oil, as well as vitamins and minerals, due to the deep root structure making it an excellent whole food for the home gardener or small scale farmer. It is easy to grow with significant heat, drought, disease and insect resistance for crops in arid or marginal areas, or as a back-up or emergency crop in case the main food crops fail.
An annual herb grown for its edible seeds in long pods. Tropical and heat loving, it thrives wherever cotton can be raised. Dried seeds taste nutty; their flavor is dramatically increased by toasting. Seeds are dry roasted and used whole in cooking or ground and used as a paste for flavor.
Approx 100 seeds per pack