Sweet Lupines

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  • Description
    Lupini dishes are most commonly found in Mediterranean countries.In Portugal, Spain and Spanish Harlem they are popularly consumed with beer. Lupin beans are commonly sold in a salty solution in jars (like olives and pickles) and can be eaten with or without the skin.In Lebanon, salty and chilled Lupini Beans are called “Termos”.

  • Culinary Uses
    Lupin F is egg white replacement Lupin E is dairy substitutes. Lupin milk & yoghurt are thermally stable and whiter colour & better tasting than soy-milk Fermented products – soy equivalents tofu miso, shoyu, tempeh, Kernel, flour products, bread, biscuits, muffins, waffles, pasta, noodles, confectionery.
  • Health Benefits
    high satiety factor – suppresses appetite, lowers cholesterol – reduced fat intake – additional mechanisms, bowel health – reduces transit time – lowers colon pH – pre-biotic a unique combination of – high protein – high dietary fibre – low oil – no starch.