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Edamame

Edamame /ˌɛdəˈmɑːm/, or edamame bean, is a preparation of immature soybeans in the pod, found in cuisines with origins from East Asia. The pods are boiled or steamed and served with salt. In Japan, it is usually blanched in 4% salt water and not served with salt. When the beans are outside the pod, the term mukimame is sometimes used.

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Amazing and simple recipe for making edamame. These beans are high in protein and common in Asian recipes. Find at the grocery store in the frozen vegetable aisle.

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