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Asian-Style Edamame and Corn Salad

ue local corn and edamame to make a vegetarian main course salad

Makes: 4 cups (1L) This late summer early fall salad uses local corn and edamame. The Japanese have been eating edamame (pronounced ey-dah-MAH-meh) for over two thousand years.  These delicious, albeit mild tasting, green soy beans can be found at farmers’ markets, the frozen vegetable section or frozen health food section in larger supermarkets or […]

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Edamame and Quinoa Entree for Vegetarians

The next time you’re having a fall or winter dinner party and one of your guests is a vegetarian serve this main course as part of your dinner menu. TIP: don’t be surprised when everyone wants to try it, and then asks for the recipe.   ¼ cup (60 mL) red or white quinoa, rinsed […]

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Edamame

Ever had a bowl of slightly furry green pods at a Japanese restaurant? If you answered yes, you were eating green soybeans or baby soybeans. Rich in protein these little green bundles have a mild flavour and go great with a beer! Edamame grow in clusters on bushy branches and are harvested at the peak […]

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