Lupine Cress is an ideal sprout in culinary combinations.
The strong taste gives an extra touch to the dishes to be enjoyed hot or cold.
Lupine Cress boasts a long shelf life, it is easy to prepare and is an excellent substitute for vegetables as a side dish or to garnish vegetarian dishes, making itself appreciated also as an accompaniment to easily digestible fish and white meat dishes.
Lupine Cress originates from the Mediterranean area and is found in particular in the Iberian peninsula and Greece, but lupine is historically also mentioned in Italy. The big seeds were used as gambling money in the Roman Empire.
Lupine Cress is available all year round and can be stored for up to seven days, at a temperature between 2 ° and 7 ° C. Produced with socially responsible cultivation methods, Lupine Cress sprouts meet the standards for the hygiene of food products and can be used directly, as cultivation takes place in a clean and hygienic way.
Lupine is an allergenic potential. Lupine Cress is not allergenic but can, given how it is produced, contain traces of the substance that causes allergy to lupine.
- Taste: Mordant, bitter, fresh, crunchy
- Use: Garnish, side dish, steaming, scaldares
- Cultivation: Without the use of pesticides, in a controlled and hygienic environment
- Availability: All year round
- Storage: Up to 7 days at 2-7 ° C
- Allergens: Lupine is an allergenic potential. Lupine Cress is not allergenic but can, given how it is produced, contain traces of the substance that causes allergy to lupine.