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What is hummus?

Hummus is a middle-eastern food composed of chickpeas, orgarbanzo beans, and Tahini, a paste similar in texture to peanutbutter that is made from sesame seeds. Hummus is typic (MORE)
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Is hummus healthy?

Hummus is extremely good for health. Much protein No cholesterol High fiber count Gluten free And, last but not least, decently priced in the stores. No wonder this food is be (MORE)
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Where is hummus found?

Hummus was first created somewhere in the middle east. It spread its way and then it was starting to catch on the greek and kind of Indian cultures, but mostly :Turkey, Iraq, (MORE)
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Where was hummus created?

Hummis is the Arabic word for Chickpea. The chickpea was cultivated in the middle east for thousands of years. More than 7,000 year in fact. The Phoenicians are given cred (MORE)
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What is hummus and how is it formed?

Hummus is a Levantine Arab dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic. It is a popular good throughout the (MORE)
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Is hummus Egyptian?

Yes; and maybe no. Hummus is the shortened form of the name hummus bi-tahina, which means chickpeas with ground sesame seeds. The word comes into the English language by way o (MORE)
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What do you dip in hummus?

Wedges of pita bread Crudites - carrot sticks, celery sticks Potato chips Tortilla chips Cucumber slices Crackers
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Is hummus a vegeble?

Hummus is not a vegetable, it is a Middle-Eastern dip made of chickpeas and tahini. Chickpeas, however, are a vegetable.
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What culture is hummus from?

Hummus is originally an Arab dish, but is popular throughout the Arab world and the entire Mediterranean region.
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Can you pasteurise hummus?

Yes, it may change the taste somewhat, but you can. There is no real reason to do it though. Just keep the hummus refridgerated and use it within about a week of making it.
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