I’m not sure when it all started – five years ago we had a whole-house water filter installed and sometime last year we stopped eating processed foods. Then our daughter introduced us to Mrs. Meyer’s cleaning products. We loved that it was all natural, smelled great and did a wonderful job cleaning – we were hooked. Recently we became label crazy, reading the ingredients of everything we eat. When the Jet Dry for our dishwasher ran out and needed to be replaced, we tried white vinegar in its place and discovered it was just as good a rinse aid – if not better.
Sesame (sesamum indicum) is an annual flowering herb belonging to the Pedaliaceae family. The plant is thought to have originated in India and the seeds were one of the first crops processed for its flavorful oil. Sesame has been around for a long time and its use as a condiment dates back to Egyptian times.