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Is grano de sésamo vegan?

Grano de sésamo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grano de sésamo?

Grano de sésamo, or sesame seeds, are small, oval-shaped seeds with a nutty flavor and delicate, crunchy texture. These tiny seeds are rich in nutrients, including copper, magnesium, and calcium, making them a popular ingredient in a variety of dishes worldwide. Grano de sésamo can be used in sweet or savory dishes, such as bread, pastries, stir-fries, and salads, adding a subtle nutty flavor and texture. Toasting grano de sésamo brings out their natural oils, intensifying their flavor and aroma. These versatile seeds are a staple in many cuisines, and their health benefits make them a great addition to any diet.

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