Nerimame 4packs set _ Excellent edamame [12-13th July Delivery]

Sale price$49.98


This product will be flown in and arrive in Singapore between 12 ~ 13th July. Please order as soon as possible as there are limited quantities available!

After tasting by our long-time fruit customers, about 50% said "Delicious! Would buy!"


  1. Delivery will take place between 12 ~ 13th July.
  2. Delivery dates are subject to change depending on harvest conditions.

Product Details:

  • Place of origin: Nerima-ku, Tokyo, Japan
  • Content: Edamame (approx. 250g*4packs)
  • Ingredients: -
  • Storage methods: Refrigerated storage
  • Storage period: 2 to 3 days.


Nerimame, Nerima's edamame, is an edamame with a rich flavour, freshly harvested sweetness and a very nice tea bean-flavoured savoury aroma.

Store edamame as they are without washing (washing makes them more susceptible to damage by moisture).
Wrap edamame in newspaper or paper towels and store in plastic bags or storage containers in the vegetable compartment of the refrigerator.

How to boil edamame for best results

・Fresh or frozen edamame (soybeans in pods)

If using fresh edamame, rinse them thoroughly under cold water.

Bring a large pot of water to a boil. For every 1 cup (about 150 grams) of edamame, use about 4 cups (1 liter) of water.
Add a generous amount of salt to the boiling water. The water should be salty, similar to seawater (about 1-2 tablespoons per liter of water).

Add the edamame to the boiling water.
Boil the edamame for 3-5 minutes if fresh, or 5-7 minutes if frozen. The exact time will depend on the size and freshness of the edamame. They should be tender but still slightly firm.

Drain the edamame in a colander and immediately sprinkle with a bit more salt, tossing to coat evenly. This enhances the flavor.

For added flavor, you can also sprinkle the cooked edamame with a bit of chili powder, garlic powder, or sesame seeds.

If you prefer a more intense flavor, you can briefly soak the edamame in the salted boiling water off the heat before draining.

Enjoy your delicious edamame!

Health benefits.

  1. High protein content
    Edamame is rich in vegetable protein, which helps maintain and repair muscles. They are a valuable source of protein, especially for vegetarians and vegans.
  2. High fibre content
    Due to its high fibre content, edamame aids digestion and helps to regulate the intestinal environment. It also contributes to the prevention and improvement of constipation.
  3. Source of vitamins and minerals
    Edamame contains vitamins such as vitamin K, vitamin C and B vitamins (especially folic acid). These vitamins help strengthen immune function, normalise blood clotting and promote energy metabolism. In terms of minerals, they are rich in iron and magnesium, which help prevent anaemia and maintain bone health.

Producers' insights.

Edamame is actually very hard to harvest.
First of all, edamame can only be harvested for about three days, and if the timing is missed, they will turn yellow and lose their flavour.
These are really precious few days for a tasty harvest.

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