Sesame seeds (seed of joy) are very rich in essential fatty acids, lecithin, minerals and vitamins. Lecithin is a phosphorous fat and a nutrient in brain cells.
Sesame milk has more calcium than cow’s milk: 100g of unroasted sesame seeds contain 1,125mg of calcium, while two glasses of milk contain only 500mg.
Ingredients for this unbelievable sesame milk:
-1/4 cup whole sesame seeds
-half a liter of water
Grind the seeds in a grinder. Add the water and mix well both ingredients. Leave to macerate about three hours, then filter and sweeten. Another system for obtaining sesame milk is to mix in a blender a cup of sesame butter (tahin) with two cups of water.