How to Cook Fresh Edamame with Shells with Perfect Saltiness – OCHIKERON – CREATE EAT HAPPY

How to Cook Fresh Edamame with Shells with Perfect Saltiness – OCHIKERON – CREATE EAT HAPPY


hi everyone welcome to create eat happy business altogether today I’m going to show you how to cook fresh edamame with shells if you know fresh edamame is best eaten on the day you bought or they will lose flavor day by day okay now to start cut off both ends of the pods with scissors then you need salt any salt is okay my mom’s friend gave me Gaza salt so I’m going to use this salt today if you know anything about this salt let me know any recipe is welcome Rob da da bomb a bean pods with salt to remove the surface pods put water and salt in a pot bring to a boil at edamame and cook for three and a half minutes to five minutes you don’t want to cook over five minutes because the other mama can get too soft drain well in a strainer use a fan to cool and now it’s done you can keep cooked edamame in the freezer for months thanks for watching I hope you enjoyed this tutorial you when did you ever let me see I don’t then they’re totally bad things are not it’s just you tell you what you go then what you got a day what you got what small speck Hey

34 thoughts on “How to Cook Fresh Edamame with Shells with Perfect Saltiness – OCHIKERON – CREATE EAT HAPPY”

  1. for those who don't follow my facebook page, this is something I shared after seeing the doctor on wednesday:

    thanks for praying for my family.
    good news! my condition was the same so the doctor let me go today. actually, my regular doctor was absent… the substitute doctor answered to all my worries, which was very lucky!!!
    i think my regular doctor worries too much, so the week after seeing him makes me very nervous. this time, the doctor told me if i can keep my condition the same then i don't have to admit myself to the hospital. some people can keep this until the end or even after the due date. the sub doc said i may had the same condition last time with my daughter as well. the good side is now my parents help me every day looking after my daughter and i can be very careful. the bad side is i have to take the medicine (umeterin)… i hate the side effects (excessive heartbeats and shaking hands)…
    anyways there is no data to compare with my daughter's time, so i have to take the medicine and keep myself rest all the time.
    i wish nothing happens till the week 37th.
    arigato~

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  3. お手伝いしたいんだネ!赤ちゃん時代は頭に何かを載せられるのを嫌がってたけどw「こんにちは」のお顔がパパにそっくり!お買い物の時にレジで見て覚えたんだw枝豆は茹で方によって味が違う。こうすると美味しいんだ!枝豆は炭水化物や繊維の他にたんぱく質もKもCaも多くCaの吸収を促進するMgもあって、女の子より大きくて体重が重くしかも骨太に育つ男の赤ちゃんには最適です!

    二度目の出産だし男の子だからと、医師は警告を兼ねて安全策を一応は提案したのでしょうが、医学は科学なので最終的には「事実データ」を根拠に判断するはずです。

    前回と今回そして次回、体調や長さの「事実データ」に顕著な変化が無いなら、「小さい娘が心配だし、夫も父母も同意見ですが、家で安静第一に過ごしたいと思います」と強く仰ることができるし(心配よりも可愛いくて離れられないw)医師はそれを容認するはずです。

    仮に「事実データ」に少々の変化があった場合にも、もう一週間努力するので判断を待って下さい、夫や両親とも相談しますと仰れるのではないでしょうか。大きな変化があれば仕方ないけど。まずは医師と相談です。(全然相談・調整できない医師なら医師に問題がある)

    ママも医師も一切「事実データ」に基づいたお話し合いをされるべきだし、医師と別の医師との対応や話の直接的な比較は(ここでのような内緒話?は良いがw)原則禁止ですw

    薬の作用・副作用は赤ちゃんには影響ないが、不愉快なら率直に仰って量の調節を求めて下さい。
    パソコンやスマホも時間を減らし(返信はカットw)下を向いた姿勢はできるだけ避けて上向きにするとか、「日頃の家事の完全主義を放棄」し立ち姿勢を長くしないとか「お腹に圧力の掛からぬように」されて、次回の良い診断を勝ち取って下さい!

  4. Thanks for the recipe. Good to see you well and your little one so cute! She will be such a good helper for you when little brother comes : )

  5. The Anpanman cash register is so cute! Your daughter is very smart, knowing how to play with it so quickly! I am sending you many good wishes, Ochikeron. I hope things are going okay for you and your baby.

  6. What is the brand of your pans ??! do a video please please please please I need a video so much I need your answer or just give me the link 🙂

  7. OMG I fell in love with edamame beans last week at a restaurant, this is the most perfect timing ever!! Love your channel^^

  8. Finally got around to growing soybeans in my garden this year and just harvested some pods, so this video is particularly relevant to me today. Incredibly productive plant, think I'm going to have to stagger planting next year. First harvest and I already have more than come in the bags I buy at at the store and I doubt I picked even 10% of the pods.

  9. You don't need to wash the edamame after you add the salt? My mom ask this question. Please inform me as soon as possible.

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