You maka-me hungry!
One of my favorite snacks - yum!-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
Oh YUMMY! I love, love, love. Too bad we've been so snowed in. I'm getting very tired of my own cooking!
Love the shot, but you can have theedamame , I would keep the bowl.Hope the weekend is less hecticfor you and Toonman.
Can you believe I've never eaten edamame before? I can never find it at our grocery...way behind the times here!
I've only had it once in a restaurant in Richmond, but I loved it! Delicious.wv: sping. They're almost as good as sping rolls.
I love how green they are
Those look yummy! How is Toonman doing? Is he home or still in the hospital?
Never had them!word ver = upanic !!!
Yummy! & healthy too!
mmmm. Good....being unable to eat Sushi until August has me kind of missing it (a lot),but I can eat some edamame!
I had to google Edamame, I've never heard of it. I thought they were pea pods! :0
My daughter and my FAVORITE snack =) Oh, with a small dash of light soy sauce....
Edamame is high in purines... thus not on a gout diet. :o( Ha! like that stops me! lovely stuff.
Immature soybeans? And you eat them? With sea salt? Okay. Why? ;-)I should never knock something I haven't tried and know nothing about. Still...I suppose they're better for you than French fries. :-)
My step-son and I chowed down a pile in my kitchen once. I have to buy some again - I wonder if Whole Foods carries fresh? Hmmm.
They were good, too.
love love loves these - warm & salty is the best!
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