Edamame

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Edamame (枝豆), pronounced eh-DAH-ma-meh in Japanese (ay-duh-MAH-may in English), is most popularly known as the little snack or appetizer that is brought to you when you sit down to a table at a Japanese restaurant. Edamame is the Japanese name for immature soybeans, and they’re most commonly prepared as a snack or appetizer by boiling them in their pods in well-salted water until they are tender. Once cooked, the beans can be popped out of the pods as you eat them, or they can be shelled and tossed into salads, rice dishes, or stir fries.

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