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Edamame hummus The perfect healthy dip

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By Fiona Uyema

Rich in fiber, protein, antioxidants and a number of vitamins and minerals, edamame, or those lovely green young soybeans we love ordering at the izakaya, is a popular healthy snack that also happens to be extremely versatile.

Apart from eating them directly from the pods, there are countless of other different ways that you can use edamame: tossing the beans into salads, stir-fries, have them over rice, blend them into a warm or cold soup, use them as decorations on your plates — or turn them into a delicious and simple dip! Edamame hummus has always been one of my favorite ways to use edamame, and I’m sure that you’ll love it too.

Here’s how to make it.

© Savvy Tokyo

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GMO? If imported from the US, they are.

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