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Are sesame seed kernels vegan?

Sesame seed kernels is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sesame seed kernels?

Sesame seed kernels are small, flat and oval-shaped seeds that come from the sesame plant. They have a delicate nutty flavor and slightly crunchy texture, making them an ideal addition to both sweet and savory dishes. These tiny seeds are loaded with essential nutrients like fiber, protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals, including copper, magnesium, and calcium. Sesame seed kernels are a common ingredient in many cuisines worldwide, used as a garnish for sushi, added to baked goods, or ground into a paste for sauces and dressings. With their unique taste and health benefits, sesame seed kernels are a versatile and valuable ingredient in any kitchen.

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