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BREW99
Posts: 856
1/24/13 2:16 P

It really does depend on how you purchase them. In Japan we used to steam then and sprinkle with sea salt. You can also place a little water in a bowl with them and put in the microwave. Some people boil but I don't like it that way. You can also make it into hummus! Search engine it and I'm sure you will find a lot of great recipes. Yum!



SPKRAUSE
Posts: 543
1/24/13 11:23 A

Can be fresh & raw in a salad, but sometimes tossed toward the end into a skillet of something else that's being sauteed ... gives them a nice finish.



MATREXX
Posts: 579
1/24/13 9:12 A

I like them thawed and raw with a bit of salt. I put a 1/2 cup frozen in a container in my lunch and it's thawed by the time I'm ready to eat it later in the day.



POPSECRET
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1/24/13 8:27 A

I buy them frozen in the pod and just follow the package directions, which I think is just boiling them for a few minutes. Then I drain them and sprinkle with salt and garlic powder. Mm



JENMC14
Posts: 2,707
1/23/13 4:18 P

Usually steamed and salted. But, I've only ever had it at restaurants or from a frozen bag, I've never bought it fresh and prepared it.



ALORTA
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1/23/13 4:04 P

toss them on boiling water for a bit, drain and pop ^_^



LUCKINLOVE
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1/23/13 3:51 P

I spray a baking sheet and bake shelled, frozen edamame at 400* until they start getting some golden color to them. I prefer to let them cool and then bag them up in 1/2 cup portions. Usually I eat them cold, but they could be reheated before eating. I absolutely love edamame!!!



MANDIETERRIER1
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1/23/13 3:42 P

I eat it raw.



JELLENM1
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1/23/13 3:39 P

how do u fix and eat edamame?



 
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