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hummus is important for the soil because the nutrients in the hummus is useful for the soil.the soil will get the nutrients and the in the soil the roots will start to grow and then later a plant will grow.


the top layer soil that is mostly organic material


Alluvial soilRed soilLateriteBlack soilSandy soilClayey soilLoamPeathummus


2 tablespoons. (Source: Tribe brand hummus)


The top soil. the decaying material is called humus (NOT hummus!).


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Because the peanut extract( if you make hummus like me) helps the soil break down any compost you put in it.


Adding hummus won't do anything- that's the food. Adding humus, organic matter, will. Humus plays a role in the creation of aggregates which work to hold the soil together and therefore prevent erosion. Aggregates also increase the porosity of your soil which is an important part of a soils ability to support life- both plant and animal


the people that like hummus


Those who have reactions to hummus means that they are allergic to the ingredients in the hummus.


You can begin to prepare soil for spring flower planting at any time. Many folks do it after the last freeze. You can till the soil, and use additives such as hummus, compost and manure.


it depends on what u eat as to how much fat u havve


I find that sesame crackers go well with hummus. I also enjoy red and green peppers with hummus on them. Celery and hummus is not bad either. I have put hummus on hard boiled eggs and even on an apple . So experiment and enjoy the awesomeness that hummus is!


what does hummus look like


Hummus originated in the Middle East.


You should not eat hummus if you are suffering from diarrhea. Hummus contains chick pea's, which are known to cause loose bowels.


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2 tablespoons of hummus has about 5 carbs.



Hummus was originally Greek, but it is very common in India.


Two tablespoons of hummus has 3g of carbs.


No, traditional hummus recipes do not contain yeasts.


Soil is made up of bits of rock, detritus and hummus (dead biological matter). When a rock is eroded, it is simply broken down into small pieces which mix with water and bits of dead stuff, resulting in more soil.


No, the whole point of Hummus is that you cook the chickpeas in order to make them smooth and spreadable like hummus.


Hummus is common throughout the eastern Mediterranean countries.



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