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So I bought some of this. It was in the refrigerated section, and the beans are not in the shell.<br><br>
What should i do with it now?
 

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Eat it!<br><br>
When I buy it like that, I just snack on it. <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"><br><br>
I've bought frozen and made an edamame-potato chowder that was quite tasty. You could surely throw yours in at the end. If you're interested, I'll dig up the recipe tonight.
 

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I eat them ALL THE TIME! I salt them, then you put the pod in your mouth and pull the peas out into your mouth, then discard the empty pod. YUMMY. I eat them right out of the box <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"> Costco sells them too.
 

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OH!!!<br>
I used them in a yummy fast dinner. I steam up some dumplings/gyozas, then stir fry them with some spicy peanut sauce, some jasmine rice and edamames. You can just steam them up and eat them plain. They are super yummy.
 

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So if I bought them frozen in the shell, you DO NOT eat the shell, correct?<br><br>
I did buy them loose this time, as it's all I found at the store. I'm making salads tonight, are they good in salad?
 

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you do not eat the shell. i usually buy the ones in the shells fresh. good snackage at work.
 

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I should have brought some to work!<br><br>
I'll have them on my salad tonight. Yum. (I hope!)
 

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i was about to eat some and took a pic for you <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"><br><img alt="" src="http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a290/merigayle/Photo18.jpg" style="border:0px solid;">
 

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yay! I'll have to look for them. They kind of look like sugar snap peas.
 

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not as sweet, but a bit nuttier?
 

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Edamame is (are?) a signature ingredient in many of my salads. I buy them fresh or frozen pre-shelled.<br><br>
Trader Joe's also has really good dried edamame.
 

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Here you go - from Everyday Food magazine:<br><br><img alt="" src="http://images.marthastewart.com/images/content/pub/everyday_food/2006Q1/0306_edf_chowder_l.jpg" style="border:0px solid;"><br><br>
Ingredients<br>
Serves 4<br>
3 strips bacon, (~4 ounces), cut crosswise into 1/2-inch strips<br>
1 medium onion, chopped<br>
2 (14.5 ounces each) reduced-sodium chicken broth<br>
1 red potato, (6 ounces), scrubbed and cut into 1/2-inch cubes<br>
1/2 teaspoon dried Italian seasoning<br>
2 cups frozen shelled edamame<br>
1 (15 ounces) creamed corn<br>
1/2 cup half-and-half<br>
Coarse salt and ground pepper<br><br>
Directions<br>
In a large saucepan, cook bacon over medium heat until browned and crisp, 5 to 6 minutes. With a slotted spoon, transfer bacon to paper towels to drain. Pour off all but 1 tablespoon fat from pan.<br>
Add onion, and cook, stirring occasionally until soft, 4 to 5 minutes. Add broth, potato, and Italian seasoning. Simmer until potato is just tender, about 8 minutes.<br>
Stir in edamame, creamed corn, and half-and-half; season with salt and pepper. Simmer until edamame are tender, about 8 minutes. Serve chowder sprinkled with crumbled bacon.
 
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