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Lupin Flour and Atta Flour Bread


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Ingredients

21 slice(s)

Dough

  • 200 g sweet lupins, mill into flour
  • 550 g Bio-Dynamic ATTA flour
  • 400 buttermilk, left over from making butter
  • 30 g probiotic yeast
  • 20 Cold pressed Virgin Olive Oil
  • 10 g Celtic Sea Salt
  • 5 g cumin seeds
  • 6
    30h 10min
    Preparation 10min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

    Lupin Flour
  1. Do: Put 100 g Sweet Lupin seeds into bowl. Pulse twice for 1 sec. to break the seeds. Mill 1 min. speed 10. Set aside. Repeat this procedure with the other 100 g Sweet Lupin seeds. When ready put the 200 g milled Lupins together in the TM bowl and mill 1 min. speed 10. Set aside.


    Clean bowl. Make butter ( see Everyday Cookbook) do not clean the bowl but leave 400 ml Buttermilk in the bowl add the yeast. Warm mixture to activate the yeast on 37' for 2 min speed 2 or until green light stays on.


    Add lupin flour, Atta flour, olive oil, salt and cumin seeds. Kneed on interval setting for 3 min. Put the dough into a large bread tin and let it rise completely.


    Bake in a hot oven 220' for 30 min or until ready. Knock the bread and if it sounds hollow take it out of its tin and place it back into hot oven for an other 5 min. It will crisp the bread and let the condensation out.

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Tip

Lupins are part of the legume family that includes the likes of soy beans, peas and lentils. Lupins play a vital role in the ecological balance of agriculture.

Lupins are a valuable component of Western Australian farming systems, providing a key element in crop rotations; assisting soil aeration and injecting it with nitrogen which creates a better environment for growth and the survival of other plants.

Lupins are rich in protein and have been used as a human food and livestock feed for over 2000 years.

In fact, Lupins are the world's richest natural source of protein ( 40% ) and fibre ( 36% ).

They are easily digestible , cholesterol free and are a convenient and healthy option suitable for those who are Coeliac or following a gluten-free diet.


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