Tarwi History

The Tarwi (Lupinus Mutabilis) is an Andean legume from the Lupinus family, which grows between 2,500 to 3,500 meters above sea level. It was cultivated more than 5 THOUSAND YEARS ago by pre-Inca cultures, who appreciated it for the magnificent generosity of its properties, especially for its protein. For this reason, it was a fundamental part of the Andean diet, such as quinoa, potato, and corn.

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