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2007-05-10 18:19:15

No, hummus is made from garlic, garbanzo beans (also called chick peas), tahini (sesame seed paste), lemon juice and olive oil. It is used as a dip for vegetables or crackers and as a spread

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sometimes... it can be but normally its sold in a tub like they are normally packaged the sma way as pasta sauces.


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Spaghetti is not considered decorative, it is basic.


A subtle wheat flavor was considered the ideal taste for pasta, since blandness prevented the pasta noodle from competing with the flavor of the sauce. The ideal texture of pasta was obtained when it was cooked "al dente."


Many countries have spaghetti and pasta but they are considered Italian food.


the people that like hummus


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


Pasta is not considered as an organism So it is not scientifically named.That's common sense.


Pasta is made from flour, water and eggs, or just flour and water. Pasta is not in any way to be considered fatty.


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!


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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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the first pasta was actually Chinese. The development of an agricultural civilization led to pasta, possibly around 3000 B.C. ancient Greeks considered pasta "marcus"--meaning "divine food."


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.


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


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