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Edemame – healthiest snack in the world?

I love to make this EASY snack when I am hungry and in between meals!

It is supersimple!

You need frozen edemame/soy beans that you can find in the freezer in your supermarket (or in asian supermarkets in your neighborhood) . It is preferred to buy organic and non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism). And I prefer soy beans in pod.

Seapoint farms edemame

(I buy from Seapoint farms)

You boil them for 4 minutes in a pan with water, drain and add some seasalt.

Edemame or soy beans, are good for protein and are very healthy and filling snacks for  when you are hungry but don’t really need a whole meal. But they are also tasty in salads, soups and even mashed!

Enjoy!

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5 Responses to Edemame – healthiest snack in the world?

  1. Tajna April 26, 2012 at 9:44 am #

    I like them too,I can get fresh edamame at my farmer’s market ! :-)

  2. Mallory April 26, 2012 at 11:22 am #

    i loooovee edemame! Tajna that sounds amazing edemame for sale at your farmers market, I need to keep my eyes open for those :)

  3. Lucy April 26, 2012 at 12:40 pm #

    Unfermented Soy beans deplete the body of iodine which is needed for a healthy thyroid, controller of the metabolic rate and so should be avoided. The Japanese have known this for over 60 years. Thus they have learnt to ferment soy which reduces the iodine depleting affect and increases the release of protein and B vitamins. So miso and tempeh are the better options. For more info see my blog on the Truth about Soy @ Lucy’s Luscious Nutritional Goldmine

  4. Lonneke Engel April 26, 2012 at 1:57 pm #

    Thanks Lucy for the tip! But I still like these edemame once a while as it is super tasty! I think moderation, and enjoying food is key :)

  5. maja April 26, 2012 at 6:32 pm #

    I totally agree, Lonneke! Edemame is such a great snack. I moved 2 years ago from Belgium to Australia. You can find them here in Asian shops for $5…it’s fantastic :)

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