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Edamame is the Japanese name for immature soybeans that are boiled or steamed, seasoned with salt, and served in the pod. People eat edamame hot or cold and usually do not eat the pod. More »

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According to SFGate, the nutrition content and low calories in edamame make them good for humans to consume. Edamame are immature soybeans eaten on their own as snacks or mixed into other recipes. Immaturity makes them s... More »

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Edamame is a soy product, and according to Authority Nutrition, it must be cooked before it can be eaten safely because raw soy is poisonous. More »

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To prepare and cook soybeans, cover them generously with salt, and boil in well-salted water over high heat. After the beans are cooked, they can be served hot or at room temperature as finger food. More »

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Lentils are a type of pulse, which is a legume grown on a bush that bears seeds in a pod. They get their botanical name, Lens culinaris, because of their tiny lens-like shape. More »

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A legume has multiple seeds in a pod that opens when ripe, while a nut is hard-shelled with a single seed. Examples of legumes are peas, beans, peanuts and lentils. Legumes grown for livestock foraging include alfalfa, c... More »

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Peas, peanuts, soybeans and lentils are some examples of legumes. A legume is any plant that produces seeds in pods. Legumes tend to be high in protein and fiber and low in fat. More »

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