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  • "Those sesame candies" are actually known by the Greek name pasteli, and have a rich history.

    Serious Eats

  • It is the characteristic sweetener in such pastries as baklava and lebkuchen, such confections as nougat and torrone, halvah and pasteli, and in such liqueurs as Benedictine, Drambuie, and Irish Mist.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • "I guess you could think of pasteli as the original energy bar."

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  • While pasteli is considered candy in modern times, historical references portray it as a health food.

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  • You can find pasteli in candy shops and can also order it online.

    Serious Eats

  • I've never tried pasteli, but I enjoy a "candy bar" made by Oskri from sesame seeds and brown rice syrup.

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  • I guess you could think of pasteli as the original energy bar.

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  • In the Iliad, warriors eat pasteli in order to build energy before battle.

    Serious Eats

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