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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a bowl of edamame. The soybeans and their pods are boiled then salted and served as a side dish.

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OzSomeOne
Sep 18, 2014
I guess everything old is new again! Just a fancy name for soybeans. I'm surrounded by fields of them.
CatLadyOKC
Sep 18, 2014
Just being nosy, which state are you from? Would guess Kansas or Iowa...
OzSomeOne
Sep 19, 2014
Yup, I'm from Oz (KS)!
CatLadyOKC
Sep 19, 2014
That's my home state, raised & lived in central Ks. for 25 years or so. Still have a few family members there.
maurinef
Sep 19, 2014
Oz & KS bring back a memory to share. After camping at Mesa Verde for a couple of days and then rafting in Durango, I headed "up the hill" to Wolf Pass. Exhausted, I camped somewhere E of the pass, and went to sleep early. Woke up later struggling to breathe. Called local sheriff who diagnosed my difficulty as a result of the thin air; I broke camp and headed E to get to a lower altitude. As I felt better, I continued to drive for several hours through the cool night air, windows open...until I suddenly came to a stop sign. Had no idea where I was but as lightning began to flash and storm moved in, decided to turn right toward lights indicating a town. Checked in at the first motel...with the nicest proprietor who told me I was in Liberal, KS (the official "Wizard of Oz" town) and that I could sleep in and check out late. About noon the next day he sent me off to a great pancake house for breakfast and then the Wizard of Oz museum. After a harrowing night, Liberal provided me with shelter, food, and a delightful experience! Years later, thinking of Liberal still make me smile. So thanks, CatLadyOKC and OzSomeOne, for bringing back that memory. : )
CatLadyOKC
Sep 19, 2014
We live near there for a couple of years, it was fun we lived in a company housing area with about 50 houses. Our children were young then & they could run free and play with the other children. The lightening & storms were always spectacular with the wide open areas...could see for miles.
OzSomeOne
Sep 20, 2014
CatLady, "central" covers quite a bit of territory - maybe near McPherson or Salina? I'm on a farm near Newton.
CatLadyOKC
Sep 20, 2014
Great Bend, went to college in Salina, also lived in Topeka (2 yrs), and Lyons (5 years), Ulyless 2 yrs.), have cousin in Abilene, brother & siter-in-law & mother-in-law in Wilson, step-son & family in Hutchinson, also son who is working in Overland Park for the last couple of years. Very familiar with that area. I think I got some of my material for my wedding vail (1st marriage) from a store in Newton, also mom had a friend (or relative) that lived in Newton that we visited often. Dad ran Walnut Creek Milling & Feed in GB until 1974.
OzSomeOne
Sep 21, 2014
Wow, I'm always amazed at what a small world it is, thanks to the internet! I have friends in Topeka & OP and of course many in Hutch & Newton. Have traveled several times to Abilene & Wilson, but am not that familiar with GB.
CatLadyOKC
Sep 21, 2014
Yes it is a very small world, and have always feel Kanasan's were always very friendly, still have some friends in Larned, Buhler & Lyons. Lost one of my best one's last year to ALS, really miss her.
aknan
Feb 4, 2015
CatLady, you spent a good bit of time in my old stomping grounds! You mentioned several of the towns who were our rivals in high school sports. As a teenager, I lived in Hooker, OK (panhandle of OK) and Liberal was our nearest shopping town. It had a Penneys! And maurinef, I probably knew the manager of that motel. Glad you both have good memories of the area.
CatLadyOKC
Feb 4, 2015
Do you remember the Sidcika (sp? ) Social Club just over the border, we stopped there several times for breakfast when we lived in out west on our way to OKC back in the early '80's...
aknan
Feb 5, 2015
I think that was a little farther east of our route to OKC. We went through Woodward and always stopped at a little cafe there. Good food!
kjd3682
Sep 18, 2014
Tougher than it looked! I tried these for the first time about 4 years ago, I didn't know how to eat them, so was eating the whole thing, pod and all and was thinking 'this is what everyone's bragging about? ' Then someone told me to pop the pod open, and found out they're wonderful!! ya, not so tasty with the fuzzy pod! lol
jajac
Sep 18, 2014
Never had them and never saw them around my way I suppose that it is more an asiatic dish
bonne journee
nicoleo
Sep 18, 2014
They are fun to eat while watching tv, and so much better for you than many other snacks. And yes, the puzzle turned out harder than it seemed at first glance. But another good one!
elaineNH
Sep 18, 2014
Do they taste like peas??
trynfindit
Sep 18, 2014
Not like peas, exactly. But we think they taste good. And they are very good for you. If you don't care for them cooked, try finding some "soy bean nuts." They are toasted and make a nice snack.
Annie1749
Sep 19, 2014
I love soy bean nuts especially on a good lettuce salad. Those and some craisins along with the lettuce, celery, tomatoes and carrots. Sometime that is a meal in itself.
aknan
Feb 4, 2015
Kjd, my dad did something similar with pistachios. We hadn't seen them before moving to Arizona. Mom picked up a couple packages at a gas station on the way, gave one to him (we were moving with both cars) and when we stopped again, asked how he liked them. "Pretty woody. I wasn't impressed." "Charles, you don't eat the shells! "
dbnc2
Feb 4, 2015
I've them cooked and they good
kjd3682
Feb 5, 2015
Oh Aknan that's priceless!! Thanks for sharing!
tshepherd24
Sep 20, 2014
Good puzzle about beans. This was fun to put together.
SANTACLAUS
Sep 19, 2014
In my part of the country we call these broad beans, very tasty, a wee bit like podded peas but a bit broader hence the name of broad beans and the skin is a bit more hairy as peas have no hairs on at all.Hope like the information of our kind of peas, or Broad beans. lO L Santa.
cindyj28
Sep 18, 2014
Never had them and at my stage of life, I sure don't want to try something new. I like food too much already, don't need any more to over indulge in.
CatLadyOKC
Sep 18, 2014
I have tried them, but didn't really care for them. I enjoy food, but much more if someone else fixes it. I am really tired to cooking so around here it has gone to get it yourself! :)
pixipixil
Sep 18, 2014
Me too. I never liked cooking in the first place but once in a while I'd get inspired when it was a special occasion. Nowadays my stomach revolts at so many things eating has become a chore and I stick to the tried and true for the most part.
cindyj28
Sep 19, 2014
I so agree with both of you. I have cooked meals for my whole married life. Now I cook when and what I want, makes life so simple.
aussiesapphire
Sep 18, 2014
The look very similar to broad beans which are scrumptious.

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It has been a lovely day, perfect weather etc. Good night dear friends, God bless all of you. Hugs.
pixipixil
Sep 18, 2014
We used to listen to Schuller. He always had something encouraging to say.
SwampLady
Sep 19, 2014
My children and I loved to watch Mr. Bean. He hardly ever said anything, which was good since we laughed so hard we would not have heard him.
pixipixil
Sep 19, 2014
My son liked Mr. Bean too.
PATRICIA37
Sep 18, 2014
I love this veggie, when I start with them I canīt stop, I just eat them with a little soy sauce and salt.
marine5153
Sep 18, 2014
The only way I like green veggies is with lots of butter.....which kind of defeats the good stuff.
:-)
CatLadyOKC
Sep 18, 2014
But they taste so good that way...
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