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Legumins (also called plant cheese compounds ) are proteins that are predominantly found in vegetables, especially legumes such as lentils , beans and peas .

Legumes are chemically similar to casein .

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Wiktionary: Legumin  - explanations of meanings, word origins , synonyms, translations


  1. Moissei Abramowitsch Rakusin and Galina Pekarskaja: About the leguminous legumes. In: Journal for food research and research A. 51. 1926, 43–45.