Lentil potage is just a thick soup rich in vegetable protein.
Lentil potage can equally be enjoyed by a meat lover by adding a pork sausage or kassler chop.
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Some folk are concerned about the anti-nutrients such as phytates in dried legumes. Frankly it doesn't worry me at all. You could easily substitute the lentil potage with say green beans, scarlet runners or favas which have less of these pesky substances.
To completely avoid anti-nutrients you have to go without many excellent foods like dried beans, nuts and whole grains that have a proven record of improving our well-being. Can you imagine giving up on spinach and kale?
But we do generally try to choose green legumes over those that have been dried, given the option.
I've never seen green lentils, nor think it necessary to avoid all anti-nutrients. An alimentary canal with a normal complement of bugs in the microbiome handles them for the majority of us with ease.
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