Sesame is a plant of the continuous dicotyledonous petals that is the dark leader of sesame. This plant is an annual and its height is over one meter. The upper part of the stem is covered with hairs, but the lower parts are free of hairs. The leaves are alternate at the base and mutually opposite at the ends of the stem. The leaf blade is elliptical, long and pointed, and at the base of the stem is wider than the end. Its flowers, which are solitary and next to the leaves at the end of the stem, consist of five interconnected parts and the number of flags is 4. The fruit is a capsule with small, flat, elliptical seeds. Sesame seeds are the only part used by the plant due to their extractable oil.
Types of sesame
There are many differences in the color of sesame oil: cold pressed sesame oil is pale yellow, while sesame oil in India is golden and East Asian sesame oil is usually dark brown. This color and flavor is taken from roasting sesame seeds. Cold pressed sesame oil has a different flavor than the oil test because the seeds are produced directly from the raw, instead of the test. Sesame oils described in each of the above forms: Cold pressed sesame oil is available in Western health food stores. Unroasted (but not necessarily cold-pressed) sesame oil is commonly used for cooking in the Middle East and is often found in the “halal” commodity market. . In East Asian countries, hot presses of sesame oil are preferred