Hummus with tahini (what you are really thinking about) = chickpeas,
skinned and mashed, sesame tahini (stir its oil in with a with a
chopstick before blending), fresh lemon, crushed garlic cloves (powdered
will do), hot peppers or oregano or whatever else you want to
adulterate the pure essence of hummus with. Spice with some sea salt
(good for you) and some hot paprika. The skins come off the chickpeas
Experiment with proportions I use 1 part peas to 1/2 part sesame tahini,
and use the liquid I cook the chickpeas in (you can use canned liquid)
to get the correct consistency
Composting stale leftovers? ;)
> Applied liberally to the skin it makes an excellent sunblock - though
> it does seem to attract insects, rodents, bears and a lot of
How to reduce one's hubris through hummus.
Hummus also goes great on bagels or toast, so it's an excellent
breakfast food. Applied liberally to the skin it makes an excellent
sunblock - though it does seem to attract insects, rodents, bears and
a lot of pointing/staring/nose-holding.
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