Lupin ravioli with lupinbites & parsnipView
Rediscover the sweet lupin
Lupin is a legume which grows high protein and fiber rich edible beans.
Since Roman ages up until the first world war the lupin was consumed to fulfill the protein shortage amongst soldiers.
There are different species of lupins, of which the sweet lupin is the edible kind. The bitter lupin, which is a common weed, can be poisonous and should not be eaten.
In the food industry lupins are used as a functional ingredient and for vegetarian burgers. We believe that it is possible to create more from the lupin.
Lupin in the kitchen
With lupin beans you can make many delicious meals. The beans can also be grinded to gluten free flour from which the culinary possibilities are endless.
Eat Lupin and
enrich the soil
Lupin is a soil improver and natural fertilizer, cultivating lupin enriches the soil with nitrogen.
Lupin is an indigenous species to Northwest Europe and can therefore be easily cultivated in that region.