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September 05, 2010

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This sounds yummy. I love hummus. I will definately try this. Thanks for sharing it.

I tried to make this a few months ago and it turned out awful =(. Glad yours turned out good! Mine tasted very sour and bitter. I tried to add more seasonings to help it be more palatable, but this didn't work. I won't give up! I really love hummus =)

Looks fantastic!
Will give it a try this weekend.

I love hummus really. My husband introduce me to this kind and I like it. We served as part of a meze platter; with bread or vegetable crudités for dipping; as a spread or filling for pita, lavash or Turkish pide bread; or as a tasty, creamy alternative to butter in sandwiches. YUM!

I have never tried this! I've always made my hummus with soaked/cooked chickpeas, but this would be a good option to try as well to eliminate the antinutrients. Thanks for sharing at Monday Mania!

I was just thinking about making more hummus, I'm a bit scared to try lacto-fermenting it. I've lacto-fermented other things before but this is a new idea!

Hey Tara - This looks great! I have a question about hummus prep in general. Rather than buy the canned beans I have always tried making them from scratch. Unfortunately, the skin around the chickpea always creates a funny texture when I blend in my food processor. How do you get yours creamy? Do you take off all the skins? I know that's how the NT recipes goes, but it TAKES FOREVER and is just not worth it IMO. Is there an easier way???

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