Can You Eat Edamame Shells?


Edamame shells can be eaten. However, they are very tough and very difficult to digest. It is probably best to just eat the seeds, as they are tastier and easier to digest.
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1. Place 1 cup of edamame beans in the pod in a stockpot. Fill the stockpot with 2 cups of water. Add 1/2 tsp. of sea salt if desired. Set on high heat and bring to a boil. 2. Let
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I like throwing them into salads for some protein. They are good to snack on, too, I guess, but I buy them in the freezer section. You could use them like peas in pasta dishes or
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Can You Eat Edamame Shells?
Edamame are often served in their shells since technically the shells are edible, but that doesn't mean you want to munch down on a plate of them. The fibrous, tough shells are hard to chew and quite a workout for your jaw. Instead, eat the inner beans... More »
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