|Where does the fat go?soybeans
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March 26, 2009, 11:02 pm
updated Oct 9, 2014, 7:59 pm
We're eager to get your take on this salad. Edamame is virtually tasteless so this recipe is full of flavor enhancers: chives, garlic, lemon, and scallions, plus fresh mozzarella for a nice texture change. One ingredient we chose to leave out however is salt. We did this as an experiment and I think if you are use to very little salt in dishes, you will be fine. Others may want to add a pinch. Also, the recipe calls for 1 clove of garlic, but when we made it the garlic overpowered everything, so we recommend starting with half a clove.
February 26, 2009, 7:18 pm
updated Oct 9, 2014, 7:54 pm
Give edamame a try!
The other day a NM user asked for food suggestions after donating blood. She had already consumed most of her daily calories, but was still hungry. We (along with other users) offered suggestions, but I totally forgot about soybeans...duh!
We do our best to always have a bag of frozen edamame around. Soybeans are tasty and good for you. Simple to prepare and fun to eat, they are a good source of protein, fiber, and essential fatty acids.
Frozen edamame only takes 4-5 minutes to cook in a pot of boiling water; sprinkle with coarse salt and
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