Karikachi Edamame

90 days. Our prized Japanese import has three large seeds per pod with excellent, sweet flavor and a pleasing dark green color once blanched or frozen. Karikachi is quite reliable with high yields and good disease-resistance. (OP.)

One packet of about 80 seeds
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#1297
$4.95
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  • Native to Japan, Edamame is a highly nutritious food crop, about 40% protein and high in vitamins A, B, calcium and iron. Meaning twig bean , Edamame is similar to the field soybean although it has been bred for larger seeds, sweeter flavor, more creamy texture and easier digestion. Growing Edamame is as easy as growing Bush Beans. Harvest Edamame when most of the pods are green, tender and plump, well before they begin to turn yellow. Shelled Edamame may be eaten straight out of the pod raw, or cooked and used in salads, soups, stews, stir-fries or casseroles. Instead of snacking on popcorn, munch Edamame: boil the pods in salted water for 5 minutes. Drain, sprinkle lightly with sea salt while warm and gently squeeze the warm, sweet and salty Edamame out of the pods between your teeth.

    Average seed life: 1 year.
Native to Japan, Edamame is a highly nutritious food crop, about 40% protein and high in vitamins A, B, calcium and iron. Meaning twig bean , Edamame is similar to the field soybean although it has been bred for larger seeds, sweeter flavor, more creamy texture and easier digestion. Growing Edamame is as easy as growing Bush Beans. Harvest Edamame when most of the pods are green, tender and plump, well before they begin to turn yellow. Shelled Edamame may be eaten straight out of the pod raw, or cooked and used in salads, soups, stews, stir-fries or casseroles. Instead of snacking on popcorn, munch Edamame: boil the pods in salted water for 5 minutes. Drain, sprinkle lightly with sea salt while warm and gently squeeze the warm, sweet and salty Edamame out of the pods between your teeth.

Average seed life: 1 year.
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