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Lupin Flower
Seeds of various species of lupins have been used as a food for over 3000 years around the Mediterrranean.<br />
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Australian Sweet Lupins (Lupinus angustifolius) are high in protein, dietary fibre and antioxidants, very low in starch, and, like all legumes, are gluten-free. Lupins can be used to make a variety of foods both sweet and savoury including everyday meals, traditional fermented foods, baked foods and sauces.<br />
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Stock Photo by Paddy Bergin