Edamame is young soy beans in pods. But not all varieties of soy beans are used to make Edamame due to the reason that not all young soy beans have good flavor and texture. There are several varieties of good-flavor soy beans being made into Edamame which are sold in the current U.S. market. Generally speaking, Edamame does not have the so-called "bean-ny" taste like a matured soy bean does. In fact most American consumers like its flavor even at the first trial, and enjoy eating it afterwards. The beans of all Edamame varieties contain about 40% protein, and . . .

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