[ ed-uh-mah-mey ]
/ ˌɛd əˈmɑ meɪ /
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unripe, green soybeans that are steamed or boiled in their pods.
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Origin of edamame
1950-55; <Japanese eda branch, twig + mame beans
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Example sentences from the Web for edamame
Ideal Meal: Edamame and pomegranate seeds (wonderful for energy), paired with a whole-grain English muffin.
For Boockvar, the food that provides that magic combo is edamame.
Add hot edamame pods and sprinkle with sea salt and toss to coat.