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What would happen if you planted a sesame seed?

Asked by beatthelastboss (286points) January 11th, 2010

Those thingys on hamburgers :P

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erichw1504's avatar

A sesame would grow.

njnyjobs's avatar

Sesame seed from a hamburger bun will not germinate, and nothing will come out of it.

BoBo1946's avatar

Get one “Big Mac!”

MissAnthrope's avatar

If you get it from a baked good or from anything where the seeds have been roasted, the seed won’t germinate (the heat of cooking is too much). You’d have to get a raw sesame seed for it to germinate, but for the life of me, I have no idea what kind of plant sesame is. I could look it up, but I have to get back to cleaning the kitchen. :P

ccrow's avatar

Sesame(Sesamum indicum) is a flowering plant in the genus Sesamum.” from Wikipedia. Yeah, seeds that have been cooked will not grow.

Trillian's avatar

Be careful, because if you say “Open sesame” when you plant it and are holding your mouth just right, you’ll drop into a vortex from which there is no return.

gailcalled's avatar

I grind flaxseeds for the omega 3’s. I also plant them in the spring in the pots with geraniums. I get long stalks with pretty but small blue flowers.

bigboss's avatar

big bird will come and sue you.

stratman37's avatar

can you grow birds from planting bird seed?

clarice's avatar

Nothing will happen….

Unless like @Trillian says you mutter some Open Sesame!

SmoothEmeraldOasis's avatar

Oh! You all are funny. Thanks for the laugh,I needed it to uplift me. Good night all, till morrow!

halabihazem's avatar

As a child, I used to think that “Those thingys on hamburgers” came from those extremely similar looking thingies on strawberries. Therefore, I think you’ll get strawberries.

[I know this post is old, but I couldn’t resist]

SmoothEmeraldOasis's avatar

I have enjoyed reading this, thanks for sharing; have a great last days in 2011 and Enjoy the New Year celebrations.

zensky's avatar

Little buns grow.

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