Edamame are in-the-pod soybeans served as an hors d’oeuvre or side dish after being steamed or boiled and salted. Cooking makes the pod easy to split with a simple tongue gesture. While they are typically found on the menu in Chinese restaurants, edamame also serve as a bar snack in restaurants with no particular Asian bent.

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