lupins Legumes of Lupinus spp. The ordinary garden lupin contains toxic alkaloids (quinolizidines) and tastes bitter; varieties selected for animal feed and grain crop are low in alkaloids and known as sweet lupins; they are rich in protein and fat, and have been part of Middle‐Eastern cuisine since ancient times.
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