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Not only are sesame seeds packed with vitamins and nutrients, they have been known to have cholesterol-lowering effects, and aid in preventing high blood pressure. Sesame seeds are also high in calcium and strengthen all of the tissues in the body, including reproductive and nerves. Where regular milk is acidic, sesame seed milk is an alkaline food that supports health.
This recipe should yield about 8 cups of sesame seed milk. It will last for approximately 2-3 days in the refrigerator.
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