The lupine, lupine, or lupine, is a seed. This legume has a rounded, flat shape, smooth skin and a golden yellow color. It provides unsaturated fats, beneficial for the body and has more protein than other legumes. Along with soybeans, lupine is one of the richest sources of vegetable protein, with 14% more than other legumes. They also have vitamins of group B and vitamin E, without ruling out minerals such as calcium, zinc, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium that are present in significant quantities.
Raw lupine can be used for soups, stews and salads. It is used to make derivatives such as lupine flour, coffee substitutes, oils and patés.
There are companies in the cosmetic market that use lupine as the fundamental base of one of their magisterial formulas. But what really sets it apart from the other legumes, is the lupine in brine, as an ideal accompaniment appetizer.
Resistant and reusable container.
Container: 0.75 Liters Drained Weight: 0.5 Kilograms
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