What about EDAMAME?

Edamame are young soybeans that are usually eaten while they are still in the pod. Unlike mature soybeans, edamame beans are soft and edible, and tasty of course. You may also buy hulled edamame, where the young beans have been taken out of the pod. The word edamame is Japanese for “beans on a branch.” Edamame served in the pod is a popular appetizer at most Japanese food restaurants. It is an excellent choice for vegetarians, vegans, or anyone wanting to eat healthy, particularly since it is packed with low-fat soy protein. Edamame can be served as an appetizer or snack and eaten straight from the pod, or the shelled soybeans can be incorporated into a recipe. When eating edamame still in the pod, the beans can be squeezed out of the pod directly into your mouth.


Edamame’s health benefits?

According to Healthline ( Health benefits are.

  • High amount of several vitamins and minerals, as well as fiber
  • Possibly lower cholesterol
  • May lowering blood pressure
  • High in protein
  • May reducing the chance of breast cancer
  • May slightly reduce some symptoms during menopause
  • Possibility of reduce the risk of prostate cancer
  • Because edamame is rich in isoflavones, may reduce bone loss

Snackable Edamame filled with Plant-based protein!!

“KITA-NO-HAKO” is snack, made solely from edamame grown in Tokachi, one of Hokkaido’s most prominent agricultural regions. The edamame is deep-fried using a special process called vacuum frying which preserves the original color and flavor of the ingredients, and brings out a crispy, crunchy texture, making them ideal as a snack or a nibble. No preservatives nor coloring agents. This savoy snack goes well with beer. Also, you can add this snack as a salad topping, it will add crunchy texture and accent of flavor!   KITA-NO-HAKO $7.00

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