Eating Edamame

imageHow to Eat Edamame:
Hold an Edamame pod with your fingers and gently squeeze the middle of the pod until the beans pop out.

CAUTION: Pods are not edible

Heating Instructions:
Instructions are for heaing one bag. For heating more than one bag, adjust heaing time.

No need to defrost Edamame before heating

Cooking Edamame in the Microwave:
Remove a single bag from the outer bag. There is no need to puncture holes in the small steam heating bag. Heat frozen Edamame in the bag up to 3 minutes or until desired temperature has been reached. Sprinkle Edamame with salt and enjoy.

CAUTION: Avoid contact with the hot steam and hot water from the bag when opening Edamame.

Cooking Edamame in Boiling Water:
Bring one cup of water to boil in a medium pot. Remove a bag from the outer bag. Open the bag and add contents to boiling water. Cover pot and heat for 3 minutes. Cool Edamame with cool running water. Drain water and transfer to serving plate. Sprinkle with salt and enjoy.

When heating, the pot must be covered to create steam on Edamame.


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