However, Nate insisted
he wanted edamame
instead...so I made the
edamame and sent that
along too, and added some
to Ryan's lunch while at it.
food in Japan, served in the pod, salted, alongside beer or sake. But kids absolutely love it. And you can cut prep time to a minimum by buying organic pre-shelled edamame, pouring some in a glass bowl, covering it with water, and nuking it for 2 minutes, then letting it sit for 2 minutes. Drain, add salt, and serve.
If you've ever tried to shell edamame for a couple of hungry kids, you'll know why the pre-shelled edamame is just brilliant.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Labels: bento, chocolate cupcakes, edamame, ground cherries, kids, lunch, vegan
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I would like to know how on earth you get soy sauce into those tiny little bottles you put the kids lunches. I have some little bottles but no way of filling them. Do you have a funnel or something?
They usually come with a mini pipette to fill them with. But I've never used it; I just pour a little soy sauce into a teeny bowl, squeeze the empty container, release, and it fills most of the way easy peasy.
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