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January 17, 2008

Dry Roasted Edamame: Amazing Gastric Bypass Snack

Edamame Snacking is part of our lifes, before and after weight loss surgery. I just love to snack around, but I have learned to snack wisely. A few hours ago, I was shopping at my local grocery store, and I ran into a bag of Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame, lightly salted. Let me tell you, they are amazing !

You should know that after gastric bypass and any weight loss surgery, the intake of extra amount of protein is most important. This high protein, low fat snack is ideal. Also, it is dry to the mouth, so you eat them one at a time, and you will get full faster than you think.

High protein. Low carb. Rich in isoflavones.  70% Less fat and 40% more protein than peanuts. If you can't find it in your local grocery store, Amazon has it here at a very good price.

Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame, Lightly Salted, 4-Ounce Bags (Pack of 24)


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I like everything but the "Product of China" part.


The China part doesn't bother me. We have had more food problems in the US with the spinach and meat recalls.


What grocery store can I find the Edamame??? I bought a bag a couple weeks ago and can't remember where I bought it and I've been to 2 stores and unable to find it . . Thanks.


In the Atlanta area we have them at Kroger in the natural foods dept. and also at Whole Foods.


You can find them at Big Lots for less than $1.50 a 4 ounce bag.


I bought a 29 oz jar at Costco for around $6.50


P.S. to previous comment: Seapoint Farms is the distributor.

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