Abstract: In order to ensure Russia's food security for economic access to safe food for the citizens of the country, necessary for a healthy lifestyle, scientific research is being conducted on the use of new types of vegetable protein, including lupine. A comparative analysis of the nutritional value of grain crops used in feeds and the content of antialimentary substances is carried out. The hypothesis of removal of antialimentary substances of grain of lupine and soya with ultrasound and multienzyme complex, protected by a patent, is formulated. An industrial sample of the device for extracting from antiparous cultures of antialimentary substances The invention relates to the development of a method for loosening grain of lupine based on removal of alkaloids during soaking in milk whey at a temperature of t = 40-50 ° C, followed by two-stage fermentation when exposed to ultrasound for 3-4 hours, removing the sheath. The degreased lupine grain is ground to a particle size of 10-150 µm, resulting in legume pulp, which is pasteurized and mixed with cereal flour (wheat, barley, rye, oats, triticale, etc.) and granulated. The characteristics of the crushed particles were studied using the example of lupine grain, but this is true for other leguminous crops. According to the results of computer scanning, the optimal dimensions of the gaps between the working elements of the wet grinding mill are determined. The separated shell is ground with a different degree of grinding and used for the production of dietary fibers. Introduction of the methodology will allow - to reduce the total energy consumption for the production of food products or mixed fodders, as well as to receive food and feed with the specified properties, nutritional and energy value.
Index terms: grain of the lupine, removing alkaloid, dairy whey, ferments, ultrasound.

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