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wlewis
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Re: Favorite Kind Of Hummus...

#115399 2 years, 8 months ago
thanks for the tip bakes, but i'm more of a dutch oven kind of guy

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amusingdeva
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Re: Favorite Kind Of Hummus...

#115403 2 years, 8 months ago
Is this one of those government funded surveys to find out the preferred hummus of Deadheads?
I vote for Emerald Valley Greek Olive & Roasted Garlic.

For some reason this reminded me of the time my dog was in the car with a bag of groceries and he ate an entire tub of miso.
scar1et_f1re
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Re: Favorite Kind Of Hummus...

#115410 2 years, 8 months ago
In my world, the only good hummus is a dead hummus. But I'm a fussy eater and I never acquired a taste for it. I prefer the bear Owsley diet myself.
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Bakes
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Re: Favorite Kind Of Hummus...

#115423 2 years, 8 months ago
scar1et_f1re wrote:
In my world, the only good hummus is a dead hummus. But I'm a fussy eater and I never acquired a taste for it. I prefer the bear Owsley diet myself.


The same ”covers to chin” advice applies to the Bear Diet.
nycdave
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Re: Favorite Kind Of Hummus...

#115448 2 years, 8 months ago
Roasted Garlic! Mm, mm good!
There is a company called Sabra that makes this (as well as other flavored Hummus) very well. Lots of places in NYC to get good Hummus. Lately I've been getting fellafal Pita sandwiches (hold the tomatoes, plz). You can also get fellafal and hummus combined, but that is not my cup of tea. I like either, seperately.
Last Edit: 2 years, 8 months ago by nycdave.
freshwater dan
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Re: Favorite Kind Of Hummus...

#115452 2 years, 8 months ago
I will only eat freshly made humus or baba ganoush from a middle eastern or Persian restaurant. The packaged, refrigerated stuff just isn't the same.
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