DIY Edamame Kit
Eating out isn’t cheap, especially if you’re frequenting eateries as much as I do.
Let’s face it, there are some things that a restaurant does for you that you can easily do yourself. I probably can’t serve up a perfectly prepared tuna tar-tar complete with a red wine reduction as well as a five-star restaurant, but I can definitely serve up some some fresh-baked bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar along with some other fancy eats at significantly less cost to me.
Now, I can add fresh edamame beans to the list of stuff I can make instead of the restaurant I’d be going to if I had more money, and I don’t even need to go to the store! I do, however, have to wait for them to grow out of a ceramic pot that looks like a glass of Japanese beer. In any event, a little light farming is a small price to pay for some delicious soy beans right in my own home.
($12 @ Firebox)
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