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This is a very energetic giving vegetable, which has entered at three hundred and sixty degrees in the Mediterranean diet. This plant has been cultivated in the most remote areas of the Mediterranean and Middle east, thanks to its adaptability to acid and arid lands where the climate is not favourable. Moreover, from ancient times the plants ability to better  the soil in which it grows, enhancing its fertility.  
Lupine may be consumed only after cooking due to the presence of a substance of an alkaloid nature, however once cooked it is harmless.
Another way to render Lupine eatable is by placing it in brine, a useful way of extracting the toxic bitter alkaloid or as above mentioned by prolonged cooking.
Lupine flour is today an interesting nutritional foodstuff; adding a percentage of Lupine flour to rice flour, the product acquires nutritional characteristics which render pasta, from which we get an excellent product.
It seems that adopting this mix of flours chronic hyperglycemia can be reduced and better chronic cholesterol values improving blood pressure. After all, like soya, also the lupine are excellent sources of choline ( participates in the structure of cell membranes and neurotransmission) phenol antioxidants  Saponin and phytorols (hypocholesterolemic molecules)
Lupine contains a discrete quantity of minerals such as potassium and iron. Regarding vitamins it contains a good concentration of thiamine (vt. B1).

350 gr pack


Half whole wheat rice organic flour, lupine organic flour (20%), water


Lupine. It may contain also traces of soy




Keep in a cool, dry place


36 months from production date

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