Anyone have experience with cooking and keeping lupin beans?

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Anyone have experience with cooking and keeping lupin beans? I recently found a company (Brami Snacks) who makes them as a snack, they are high salt, but it seems it’s necessary for the beans.

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They are a lot of work to cook from the dry state. Boiling, soaking, rinsing, repeat for a week or longer. Very high in alkaloids which makes them super bitter and it takes time to fully remove from the beans. I don’t think they need to be salted unless you plan on storing for a long period, like Brami or the ones in a jar.

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My mawmaw use to make them, and as Jeff stated, a lot of work to be had to make them edible. They are very yummy if done right!

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You’re welcome. I’m with you on this. They are tasty, but not a week and a half worth of soaking tasty! Maybe there is a company that makes a no/low salt version; most are crazy high in salt.

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