Sesame belongs to the Pedaliacee family, and is native to Asia and Africa. It is cultivated mainly in India, but also China, Sudan, Uganda, Egypt, Mexico, Japan, Persia, Syria, Turkey, Greece. The fruits have the shape of capsules, 2 cm long, divided into four loggias where the small seeds are found. Varieties Depending on the color of the seeds are distinguished: White sesame, used mainly in Chinese, Japanese and Korean cuisine.
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