Can Rabbits eat Edamame Beans?

Edamame beans are the preparation of immature soy beans in the pod and are often used in the cuisine of Taiwan, China, Japan, Indonesia, Korea, and Hawaii.

They are often boiled or steamed and served with salt.

So can rabbits eat edamame beans at all?

Lets take a look here and find out more by checking out their sodium, sugar, phosphorus, fat, fibre, acidic content, and calcium content.

Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy 509 kJ (122 kcal)
9.94 g
Sugars 2.18 g
Dietary fiber 5.2 g
Fat 5.2 g
10.88 g
Thiamine (B1) (17%) 0.2 mg
Riboflavin (B2) (13%) 0.155 mg
Niacin (B3) (6%) 0.915 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5)
(8%) 0.395 mg
Vitamin B6 (8%) 0.1 mg
Folate (B9) (78%) 311 μg
Vitamin C (7%) 6.1 mg
Vitamin E (5%) 0.68 mg
Vitamin K (26%) 26.8 μg
Trace metals
Calcium (6%) 63 mg
Iron (17%) 2.27 mg
Magnesium (18%) 64 mg
Manganese (49%) 1.024 mg
Phosphorus (24%) 169 mg
Potassium (9%) 436 mg
Zinc (14%) 1.37 mg

source wikipedia

As you can see Edamame beans contain a lot of phosphorus, calcium, acidic content, quite a bit of fat and fibre and a little sugar content.

This basically rules them out as far as bunnies are concerned as they contain too much bad stuff for bunnies to eat and are a food to avoid feeding them.

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