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 How do sesame seeds stick to buns?

Answer To make the sesame seeds stick to a bun, you must provide them with a moist surface. Brush the bun with a liquid--egg white, milk or butter, for example--then sprinkle the seeds. Put the bun in the... Read More »
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Do the poppy seeds on buns give a hallucinogenic effect when eaten?

Poppy seeds themselves will not give a hallucinogenic affect, though when eaten in large quantities, they can cause you to fail a drug test. The hallucinogen opium is made from the immature seed p... Read More »
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Can parakeets eat sesame seeds?

Parakeets, also known as budgerigars, can eat sesame seeds. The birds are small, hook-billed parrots and crack the hulls of seeds with their beaks before eating the kernel. Sesame and safflower see... Read More »
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Types of Sesame Seeds?

Dating back to 1600 B.C., sesame seeds are thought to have originated in India, according to The World's Healthiest Foods organization. They inspired the catch phrase "open sesame" from "Arabian Ni... Read More »
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What's the point of sesame seeds on a bun?

Ah, They are added traditionally because the sesame oil found inside the seeds leech out while baking and this tends to soften the texture of the bun. Taste is minimal (subtle not obvious).. they ... Read More »
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