Edamame

Carol A. Miles, Thomas A. Lumpkin, and Leslie Zenz

PNW0525 Carol A. Miles, Thomas A. Lumpkin, and Leslie Zenz E DAMAME Edamame (pronounced "eh-dah-MAH-may") is a traditional Japanese vegetable that is growing in popularity in the United States (Konovsky et al. 1994).

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Edamame Introduction Edamame is a name applied to several specialty varieties of edible green vegetable soybeans. While it is the same species as the traditional grain soybean (Glycine max), edamame has a sweet, nutty flavor and a larger seed with better digestibility.

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Food from the Field

Food from the Field Edamame is a special type of large-seeded soybean with a sweet, nutty flavor. Local farmers now grow this traditional Asian vegetable so you can take advantage of its great taste and health benefits.

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Frozen Edamame: Global Market Conditions

Frozen Edamame: Global Market Conditions Chang-Chi Lin, CEO, Asia Foods Group of Companies & Chairman, Taiwan Frozen Vegetables & Fruits Manufacturers' Association, No. 1 Wen-Hua West Road, Fengshan, Kaohsiung 830, Taiwan, ROC, Email: [email protected] I NTRODUCTION Edamame is a popular vegetable ...

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What is edamame?

Provided to you by: Universi. t . y of Wisconsin Garden Facts. Universit . y . of Wisconsin Garden Facts . Growing Edamame in Wisconsin Nancy C. Koval, Amy K. Freidig and Craig R. Grau; UW-Madison Plant Patholog

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Edamame: A Nutritious Vegetable Crop

432 Reprinted from: Trends in new crops and new uses. 2002. J. Janick and A. Whipkey (eds.). ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA. Edamame: A Nutritious Vegetable Crop S.R. Mentreddy, A.I. Mohamed, N. Joshee, and A.K. Yadav Edamame, also called mao dou in China, is a large-seeded (seed dry wt. >250 mg ...

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Estimating the Economic Viability of a New Crop Alternative ...

Estimating the Economic Viability of a New Crop Alternative for the U.S. Organic Market: Edamame – A Vegetable Soybean

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Edamame and "Gardensoy"

Richard Bernard 2003; Updated 2/2010 by Theresa Herman ऀð Edamame and "Gardensoy" Soyfoods are gaining considerable interest in the marketplace because of their high nutritional value and health benefits.

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Edamame: The Vegetable Soybean

Edamame: The Vegetable Soybean William J. Sciarappa, Ph.D., Monmouth County Agricultural Agent & Vivian Quinn, Monmouth County Program Assistant A nutritious food crop named Edamame is gaining popularity as a fresh vegetable throughout the United States.

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About Edamame

About Edamame About Edamame About Edamame About Edamame About Edamame Edamame (pronounced "eh-dah-MAH-may") is a traditional Japanese vegetable that is growing in popularity in the United States.

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