Modern method of making sesame seed oil.
Traditionally, it’ll be a blind folded camel walking many rounds, and this way is still widely seen. They cover its eyes to avoid confusion, or a headache, or frustration I suppose. I don’t know, you ask the camel.
Either way sesame seed oil heaty. And in Tareem is largely used in similar application to olive oil elsewhere. It is also used for a blocked nose, skin moisturiser and best eaten with aseedah, a stand alone dish made largely out of date paste often only found in winter.
For those who have access to aseedah, may I suggest something my neighbour accidentally did when he shared some with me. He reheated it on a pan and forgot about it. As a result a portion of it got cooked/burnt and the sugars were caramelised. It tasted amazing.