How do I know lupini beans are ready for brining and eating?
The beans have been getting water changes twice a day since Sunday, and as of yesterday they taste pretty much neutral, but the water still gets noticeably yellow within a few hours of changing.
>eating literal poison beans
are you aware you can get beans that aren't poison? are you aware there are beans that don't taste like shit if you don't soak them and change the water everyday for two weeks?
They didn't taste bitter to me when I tried them two days in, but they did have a weird
I want to eat them because they're great beans. Protein content matched only by soybeans, low carb (for a bean), low fat, filling, delicious, useful as a snack and unbelievably cheap.
The soaking routine sounds intimidating, but it's only really a couple of minutes a day, and too easy to do to even consider procrastinating it.