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Hummus, Hold the Chickpeas

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When you say "hummus," the phrase that come to mind is "the delicious chickpea-tahini puree that I could eat all day." As YumSugar reminds us, though, hummus can mean so much more than just creamy garbanzos. From lentils to kabocha squash (!) to white beans, there's no limit to what you can have with your pita chips.

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over 2 years ago susan g

From Joan Nathan -- "The word hummus means 'chickpea' in both Arabic and Hebrew." (The Foods of Israel Today)
Only in America can we 'hold the chickpeas' -- a hummus-free hummus!