This simple recipe is a real calcium booster. Sesame seeds contain more calcium than milk, cheese or nuts. The protein they contain is comparable in quality to that of meat, and they contain up to 25% more of this protein than meat. Raw honey is a rich source of rejuvenating nutrients and has the property of actually helping retain calcium. Use unhulled sesame seeds if possible.
1 cup sesame seeds
2 tsp raw honey
1) Grind the sesame seeds in a spice grinder. They need to be very fine. You may need to do this in two or three batches.
2) In a small bowl combine the ground sesame and honey. Add a pinch of ground cardomom if you like. You could work hard at this with a spoon, but the best way is to get your fingers in there. Lick your fingers clean afterwards (or offer them to a friend)
3) Wash your hands! Roll the halvah into balls and coat with coconut. Alternatively press into a small square cake tin, refrigerate and slice.