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Bean, SWEET LUPINI SEED (Lupinus albus) Italian National Snack !

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Bean, SWEET LUPINI SEED (Lupinus albus) Italian National Snack !

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Approximately 30 bean seeds per packet

SWEET LUPINI Beans (Lupinus albus) known as altramuz in Spain and Argentina. In Portuguese, Known as tremoços, and in Antalya (Turkey) as tirmis.

A flat dried bean approximately half on an inch (1/2 inch) in diameter, round in shape and light yellow in color (almost white). Although it may resemble the fava or lima bean, it is not similar to any other bean.Once popular throughout the Roman Empire, today yellow Lupini beans are enjoyed as a snack food in Mediterranean and Latin American countries. The beans are edible only after soaking for several days in salted water. Popular in the Mediterranean region of Europe, Lupini Beans are often found at Italian fairs and as an appetizer at Spanish beer halls. In the past Lupins were rarely used as a grain food due the the bitter taste from the high alkaloid content of the bean. In the the last 30 years a strain with reduced alkaloid content has been developed, called 'sweet' Lupins. This 'sweet' strain still requires soaking and extended cooking to remove the alkaloids. All this effort is worth it. The Lupins family of the grain legumes are one of the highest in protein content, second only to soy beans.

Lupine

Lupin beans are commonly sold in a salty solution in jars (like olives and pickles) and can be eaten with or without the skin. Lupins are also cultivated as forage and grain legumes. Lupini dishes are most commonly found in Mediterranean countries, especially in Portugal, Egypt, and Italy, and also in Brazil and in Spanish Harlem,

The lupine and 'plant a herbaceous annual , native to the regions of the Mediterranean basin, used for the production of seeds that are eaten raw, pickled, or cooked in soups or other foods. Plant hairy in all its parts, root in taproot and stem erect , branched. The leaves are palmate-compound, the flowers , white, sometimes blue-light bloom in spring at the top of the stem . The fruit and 'a legume very large yellow upon ripening. The seeds are large, flattened, pale cream; have bitter taste, which disappears if kept for a certain period of time in cold water. The lupine and 'cultivated mainly in central and southern Europe, where it is consumed very fresh state in brine. There are varieties to flower .

Light: full sun
Irrigation: Thanks a slightly moist soil, especially during flowering. You do not need a lot of water but does not support well the shortage. Small but steady contribution (drip irrigation in summer is ideal)
Soil: All kinds of soil. Light and sandy. Supports calcareous and poor.
Sowing: Fall and Spring
Direct sow outside after danger of last frost. Plant about 4" apart and 1" below soil surface. Rows should be spaced at 24"-30" apart.

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extra rich in protein,vegetable,SWEET LUPINI Beans,Lupinus albus,known as altramuz in Spain and Argentina,In Portuguese Known as tremoços,in Antalya Turkey as tirmis

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