Is there anything they can't do? Beans lower cholesterol, add nutrients, effortlessly switch places with meat, and even save money.
Dean Holliday Executive Chef Oberlin College Oberlin, OH “Edamame are young soybeans that are a good source of fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and protein. I like to use edamame because they are resilient and hold their color well. They're also healthy and tasty. You can find them frozen and pre-shelled and they work well blanched in salt water, sautéed, used in soups, stews or stir-frys, or roasted in the oven. Whole edamame in the pod can be blanched in salt water, chilled, and then eaten as ...
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