Edamame also referred to as beer bean, green soybean and vegetable soybean, requires high temperature and at minimum, a 65-day growing season to produce edible beans. There are several different cultivars, all designed to meet the requirements of international conditions for growing. These varieties of Edamame are suitable for American gardens:
“BSH20.” These beans are sold frozen all year round and are great fresh edamame beans added in the summer months. They can grow to a height of ten to twenty-two inches and average weight of 11 pounds. They produce yellow flowers. “BSH Tomorrow’s Delight” another variety, is one of the most sought-after green soybean varieties.
“BSH Tomorrow’s Fruits” is a special American-made fruit that was harvested in April. It includes 21 different cultivars, including sweet red beans, 11 sweet beans and 3 black beans. This variety is also available in canned form. “BSH Tomorrow’s Fruits” can be canned and has 21 different cultivars. It also includes three sweet black and red bean mixtures. It also includes calcium chloride and sea salt.
Soybeans that are grown in Japan and China are now being introduced to the United States and in recent years have gained immense popularity. These soybeans are known as “organic” however some are less expensive than those grown in herbicide-free zones. One of the most well-known varieties of soybeans is edamame. It is made from soybeans that were washed and then soaked in hot water. It is high in protein and low in fat and sodium, and has a pleasant taste.
The National Soybean Board offers edamame in both large and small sizes. I was unable to find any information about the United States’ dietary recommendations regarding the consumption of edamame. Based on the information I read it is safe to conclude that the high amount of minerals and protein is safe for consumption on a daily basis. Anyone who has difficulty digesting the regular soy protein should consume large amounts edamame to help them digest the regular soy proteins. People who are allergic to certain foods may want to limit their consumption of soy.
Interesting finding is that edamame contains phytoestrogens. This is a type estrogen. Studies have revealed that estrogens may increase the growth of breast carcinoma cells. This could be a problem for women who are concerned about their health. I don’t have enough knowledge about phytoestrogens to determine whether they interact with other hormones like testosterone. This is a subject of study that merits more study. Based on my knowledge of soy protein and its capacity to increase energy, the benefits of adding an extra serving of edamame in my diet will be obvious.
Other legumes are also grown in the United States that can grow to be as tall as corn but smaller than a bean. I’ve seen these beans in health food stores and sometimes at Asian markets in my area. They’re sold as long beans, or wet-canned edamame. I haven’t been able to find any information about the nutritional value of the beans other beyond the fact that they’re rich in protein and relatively low in fats.
If you’re thinking of adding edamame to your diet for extra protein, you should consume it raw. If you buy it already prepared, try eating a few ounces raw. To make it more enjoyable, add soy sauce, some crunchy lettuce or radishes. It’s a great source of iron and vitamin B-12. The beans themselves are nutritious, high in protein, and are low in fats. ถั่วแระ This snack will satisfy your cravings and help you feel fuller for longer.