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according to wiki, “seeds of various species of lupins have been used as a food for over 3000 years around the mediterranean and for as long as 6000 years in the Andes. Lupins were also used by many Native American peoples in North America.” in minnesota, lupines grow wild and bloom abundantly in the month of june. why have i never known this fact until now? more importantly, why do minnesotans import chickpeas, pine nuts, chia seeds, sesame seeds, and quinoa? please don’t tell my husband. it will only make him mad.
wild lupine (Lupinus)