The fiber-rich lupin flour is used as a food source for humans. The nutritionally-rich lupin flourcan be used to enrich pastas, cake mixes, cereals, and other baked goods. Sweet lupin seeds lack trypsin inhibitors and can make a valuable contribution to dairy, beef, swine, sheep, and poultry rations at the farm since high temperature cooking to eliminate anti-nutritional factors is not needed.

Lupin Beans

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