Tahini is made from shelled (white) sesame seeds. Sesame seeds usually come from India, are raw and organic. We soak them for 12 hours to activate the enzymes and make them more digestible. These are digestive enzymes. Then after having rinsed them well, we put them in the dehydrator at very low temperature for 24 hours. The low temperature does not kill enzymes and allows the product to keep for years without using a preservative.
On the third day they are ground on grindstones, so there is no excessive speed that could heat the oil in the nuts, and no metal blade from the robot that promotes oxidation.
Tahini is particularly rich in fiber and trace elements. Rich in protein, tahini is ideal for a vegetarian or vegan diet. 100 g of sesame puree cover 43% of the recommended daily protein intake. However, tahini is a rich and energetic product to consume in reasonable quantities.
With more than 10% fiber, sesame seeds, like tahini, contribute to the proper functioning of the digestive system. It is also an important source of trace elements. Consuming tahini provides a significant amount of magnesium, potassium, calcium and phosphorus to the body.
Nutritional properties that give it important remineralizing, but also antioxidant properties, especially because of its vitamin E content. By making it a healthy food of choice for the digestive system or cell renewal.