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From Rebecca Woodland, cancer survivor and cookbook author
Sprinkle this savory seasoning on salads, vegetables, whole grains, stews, noodles, beans, wraps, sandwiches or soups for a healthy flavor boost. It's packed with calcium and vitamins, including B12. This recipe yields about 1 cup.
Ingredients
  unhulled sesame seeds 1/2 cup
 nutritional yeast 1/2 cup
 sea salt 1/8 tsp
or less to taste, optional

cookware

1
Toast sesame seeds in a dry skillet over medium-low heat for about 3-4 minutes, stirring constantly until seeds begin to pop and smell toasty.
2
Pour toasted seeds into a blender, add nutritional yeast and sea salt, and process into crumbs (like coarse sand).
3
When cool, transfer to a glass jar with a tight-sealing lid.