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Edamame beans

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by JMag, Aug 17, 2006.

  1. JMag

    JMag

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    ...man, I love those things. 'Just have to be a bit careful how you say it.

    Anyone for sushi? I'm heading out...

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  2. Buffering

    Buffering The Cooler

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    Lightly salted - in anticipation of sushi!!!

    And the unfortunate words I often mutter when my tummy can take no more are, "Gochiso sama de****a."

    Anyone care for unagi?

    Edit: Censors have no taste. Phonetically it's desh-ita.
     

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    Yes, I love unagi. Had unagi for lunch in Makuhari, Japan on a special Unagi Day (something about good luck or something) years ago. Nice, very nice. I still get the unagi sushi whenever I can.
     
  4. JMag

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    Yeppers, my fav sushi joint serves up some eel...BBQed. It's very tasty.
     
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    They have the beans at Costco. They are only like $5 for abig bag of them.
     
  6. Remander

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    We buy the edamame frozen at a local grocery store and steam them.

    Good, and good for you!