can dog eat sesame seeds?

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Answered: How much protien is in one half cup of Sesame seed meal?

Sesame seeds are a very good source of manganese, copper, calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorous, vitamin B1, zinc and dietary fiber. Sesame seeds also contain as much protein as chicken or fish (22 - 27% depending on the crop). In addition to these important nutrients, sesame seeds contain two ...

Answered: Apple seeds can you eat them

You can eat it, it is not poisonous, but WHY would you like to eat it ? (it is not tasty and does not contain anything of value).

Answered: Apple seeds can you eat them

Excuse me...but why would you want to?

Answered: What can a dog eat to thicken the blood

Why do you want your dog to get a blood clot?

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There not as good as cats

Answered: Im looking for a pattern for a beaded mans neck tie to bead with seed

Try pinterest. They might have some patterns on the site. Good luck.
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