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Sesame seeds

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Sesame seeds are the seeds from the flowering plant Sesamum indicum.[1] The seeds are cultivated from naturalized plant forms.

Uses for sesame seeds[edit]

Sesame seeds are edible and have many culinary uses. They are often used as a topping on baked goods and sweets. They are the main ingredients of sweet crackers that consist of layers of sesame seeds with sugar syrup.

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