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7/9/13 2:39 P

Well I have had a bag in my freezer and never tried it. Guess I will tonight. It sounds great.

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7/9/13 12:36 P

I love edamame, but it doesn't love me. I'm allergic and it'll make me break out into hives. Boo

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7/8/13 9:05 P

Your local Target store will have at least two varieties of frozen edamame. :)

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7/8/13 6:43 P

I'm in the Tampa Bay area.... we've bought it frozen, but I can't recall where - maybe Whole Foods?


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7/8/13 3:53 P

you can usually also get endame in the frozen vegies section of Whole Food/Trader Joe type stores. It's obviously not as crunchy as fresh, but it's amazing in salads!

(edited - Dietician Beckie said the "be scared of Soy" stuff is kinda bunk - great to know! cut that out of my post.)

Edited by: CHOCOLATECHAI at: 7/8/2013 (17:14)
7/8/13 3:48 P

Does anyone know where in the Tampa Bay area I can buy Edamame? I've heard so much about it and I like the fact that it is high in protein and I am DYING to try it! emoticon

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3/20/13 12:18 P

I haven't tried roasting them- I usually just steam little individual sized bags for snacks :) I will try roasting though!

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3/20/13 11:18 A


3/20/13 9:29 A

Yum to the wasabi!

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3/20/13 2:22 A

"soycatash" sounds fantastic and like something to make at home.

As for dried/roasted edamame, the SO enjoys it ... high protein and fiber, low fat. A good nut alternative and snack. I like the wasabi-spiced ones.

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3/20/13 12:14 A

Love it! Especially with just a little bit of sea salt

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3/19/13 9:54 P

Trader joes also sells "soycutash" which has edamame, corn, and red peppers which is very tasty! Love finding yummy new veggies that are easy to make!

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3/19/13 9:52 P

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3/19/13 5:46 P

Mmmmh emoticon
I just discovered Edamamae!! I wanted to post this into a forum, because I think it is a GREAT source of protein!! I often struggle to get enough protein without completely ruining my sodium intake....
I don't eat a lot of meat, and if I do it is smoked ham etc... And that contains sooooo much sodium!!
So, everybody that didn't try it yet, TRY IT!! I just love it, and for me it's a perfect opportunity to replace nuts (or at least too many nuts ;) ) as well! emoticon emoticon

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