Edamame, the latest health food

Love clean, green healthy food? Then bite into Edamame or the green soyabean that are rich in carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber, and micronutrients, particularly folates, manganese, and vitamin K
Edamame could be your new-age health food for guilt-free snacking. Do you love clean, green healthy food? Then bite into these green soyabean pods – Edamame, that are rich in carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber, and micronutrients, particularly folates, manganese, and vitamin K.
Edamame are natural green, unripened soybeans. Soybeans are among the most nutritious foods and are a rich source of complete protein (one serving which is 100 grams of shelled edamame has the protein equivalent to three egg whites) which makes it especially popular with vegans and vegetarians. However, edamame have much more to offer nutritionally than complete
protein, soyabeans also contain carbohydrates, are high in dietary fiber and essential omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, iron, zinc, B vitamins and other nutrients. The best way to eat these pods is by steaming them and then seasoning or spicing it up.
Shradha Salla a renowned tarot card reader and numerologist has recently begun her own unique range of soyabean nibbles, ‘I Love Edmame’. She feels it is the perfect snack to replace the usual unhealthy movie-time fare. This project was born out of her own love for healthy , clean, green eating and her decision to make Edamame accessible to more and more people in her hometown.