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Answered 2011-04-30 22:35:18

Hummus originated in the Middle East.

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


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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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.


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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.


There are both kosher and non-kosher brands of hummus.


Yes. throw it out. Mold is not a normal part of hummus.


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There are 27 calories in one tablespoon of hummus.


The main ingredient in hummus is crushed chickpeas. Chickpeas are classified as a vegetable


It would depend on the ingredients. Not all Hummus are the same.


Hummus is dense. -About 15 gm per tablespoon.


Yes, generally hummus is sold as a fresh food.


Yes, hummus has its origins in Greek cuisine, but it is common throughout most of the mideast.