How to Cook & Eat Edamame

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How to Cook & Eat Edamame

Today I show you how to cook and eat edamame. This is a healthy snack made of soy beans in their pod (I use frozen). Fresh, tasty and good for you, this is the ultimate vegan fast food idea. Also great to pack in your lunch box or just for general munching when you want something to nibble on. Enjoy!

How to Cook & Eat Edamame
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Instructions
  1. Bring a pot of water to a boil.
  2. Put in as much frozen edamame as you want to make and leave on low boil for 8 minutes.
  3. Remove from heat and strain edamame.
  4. Place edamame (in pods) on a large platter or in a bowl and sprinkle with sesame seeds and some salt.
  5. Hold each end of the pod with your thumbs and pointing finger. Move your fingers along and push each soy beans out into your mouth to eat. Dispose of the actual pod. (See video at top of page for full demo).
Recipe Notes

Check out the video at the top of this recipe page for a full cooking demonstration of how to make this recipe.

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By |2016-10-18T19:13:56+00:00May 14th, 2016|Recipe, Videos|1 Comment

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Anja Cass is a popular vegan cook with a passion for creating healthy plant based recipes that taste amazing! Having lost over 50 pounds, beating early onset heart disease and having more energy than when she was 20, she is motivated to share her new lifestyle with you. Enjoy her delicious recipes to get you, your family and your friends on the path to healthy living!

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  1. Jacqui November 16, 2016 at 7:02 am - Reply

    Hi Anya, I went to a Japanese restaurant where the staff showed us how to eat edamame. They recommended to cup one hand around your mouth as you pop the bean with the other hand (to stop the beans from flying across the table and hitting other guests!) They showed us how to do it – don’t know if it’s really authentic Japanese style, but it was a funny and entertaining tutorial and I have always done it that way since!

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