edamame

Edamame vs Soybeans - What's the difference?

edamame | soybeans |


As nouns the difference between edamame and soybeans

is that edamame is fresh green soybeans boiled as a vegetable while soybeans is .

Edamame - What does it mean?

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Edamame vs Peas - What's the difference?

edamame | peas |


As nouns the difference between edamame and peas

is that edamame is fresh green soybeans boiled as a vegetable while peas is police officer, constable.

Vegetable vs Edamame - What's the difference?

vegetable | edamame |


As nouns the difference between vegetable and edamame

is that vegetable is any plant while edamame is fresh green soybeans boiled as a vegetable.

As an adjective vegetable

is of or relating to plants.

Soybean vs Edamame - What's the difference?

soybean | edamame |


As nouns the difference between soybean and edamame

is that soybean is a legume plant (glycine max ), commonly cultivated for human and animal consumption and as a nitrogen-fixing ground cover while edamame is fresh green soybeans boiled as a vegetable.

Green vs Edamame - What's the difference?

green | edamame |


As nouns the difference between green and edamame

is that green is the colour of growing foliage, as well as other plant cells containing chlorophyll; the colour between yellow and blue in the visible spectrum; one of the primary additive colour for transmitted light; the colour obtained by subtracting red and blue from white light using cyan and yellow filters while edamame is fresh green soybeans boiled as a vegetable.

As an adjective green

is having green as its color.

As a verb green

is to make (something) green, to turn (something) green.

Fresh vs Edamame - What's the difference?

fresh | edamame |


As nouns the difference between fresh and edamame

is that fresh is a rush of water, along a river or onto the land; a flood while edamame is fresh green soybeans boiled as a vegetable.

As an adjective fresh

is newly produced or obtained or fresh can be rude, cheeky, or inappropriate; presumptuous; disrespectful; forward.