Edamame



[ed-uh-mah-mey] /ˌɛd əˈmɑ meɪ/

plural noun
1.
unripe, green soybeans that are steamed or boiled in their pods.
noun

Japanese term for fresh soybeans; also written eda mame
Word Origin

Japanese

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