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Who here likes Hummus?

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    What do you normally have it with? How often do you have it? Why is hummus so good, what is it made from? I think I'm addicted to it but not sure.
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    (Original post by abdiz12)
    What do you normally have it with? How often do you have it? Why is hummus so good, what is it made from? I think I'm addicted to it but not sure.
    Hummus is a Middle Eastern food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
    I love it

    I have it with breadsticks, toast, and just by itself, it's that damn good.
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    Hummus with warm pitta bread is jizz worthy
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    On toast, with cucumber :sogood:

    Or just as a dip for cut up veg, it's beautiful
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    (Original post by Livingstone)
    Hummus with warm pitta bread is jizz worthy
    Hummus and Pitta Bread were made for eachother.
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Hummus is a Middle Eastern food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.
    I love it

    I have it with breadsticks, toast, and just by itself, it's that damn good.
    Thank you. Which ingredient is most likely to be addictive?

    (Original post by Livingstone)
    Hummus with warm pitta bread is jizz worthy
    Lol I'm a sucker for it aswell
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    LOVE IT! Its really quite delicious
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    (Original post by abdiz12)
    Thank you. Which ingredient is most likely to be addictive?



    Lol I'm a sucker for it aswell
    No ingredient has addictive properties.
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    How can you guys like Hamas? They are terrorists and kill innocent people...
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    I thought this said "Who here likes Humans" Lol. But yea I love it Tastes amazing
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    (Original post by Matty919)
    How can you guys like Hamas? They are terrorists and kill innocent people...
    I consider the Obama administration the real terrorists.
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    I think I'm addicted too, glad I'm not the only one. I tried it for the first time in a Lebanese restaurant a couple of months ago, had never really fancied it before.

    It is definitely something else :coma: I normally eat it with toasted pita bread.
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    PROTIP: If you're ever out and about needing food, don't spend £2.50 on a sandwich or whatnot, just go to a Tesco express or something and but a pot of hummus for like 80p and a freshly baked baguette for like 80p! Significantly cheaper for significantly more and incredibly delicious food
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    (Original post by George Agdgdgwngo)
    I think I'm addicted too, glad I'm not the only one. I tried it for the first time in a Lebanese restaurant a couple of months ago, had never really fancied it before.

    It is definitely something else :coma: I normally eat it with toasted pita bread.
    That's exactly how I got started aswell, even though it cost me a lot to eat from that place, it was worth every penny.
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    It's so goooood! I like to add a squirt of wasabi paste to a tub of plain and use it as a dip
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    I've never tried it
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    (Original post by senator88)
    I've never tried it
    You've never lived if you haven't tried hummus with olive oil with bread
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    Carrot sticks is the way to go with hummus! :drool:

    Failing that, when absoloutely hammered at parties, the cheese and onion crisps used as a scoop for the hummus, absoloutely brilliant! you have eaten either a)the entire tub of hummus or b) the whole bowl of crisps without even realising!
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    OHMYGOSH YES!!!!

    Had one with harissa and apricots in the other day.
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    i effing love the stuff, i customise mine though :cool:

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