Does anyone else use hummus as a spread in sandwiches?

  • wesv

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    Mar 16, 2015 7:03 AM GMT
    I feel like I could be the only one. Prove me wrong.
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    Mar 16, 2015 7:49 AM GMT
    I did, very recently.icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 16, 2015 1:44 PM GMT
    at least 2-4% of the population does this
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    Mar 16, 2015 2:37 PM GMT
    OMG, OMG, OMG. I read this as "Does anyone else use humans as a spread in sandwiches?" icon_eek.gif

    My own fault, I keep my browser window in a reduced size, to make room for a live satellite TV window I often watch simultaneously. But even with a 27-inch screen it makes the browser font small, especially tricky to read with my bifocals. Also accounting for a lot of my typos.
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    Mar 16, 2015 2:46 PM GMT
    pellaz saidat least 2-4% of the population does this


    Ha
    you kill me with your percentages...

    -personally, I've never heard of it.
    If I ever get to eat bread again I'll try it.
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    Mar 16, 2015 4:50 PM GMT
    Hummus…. yummmm…. it is so awesome. Try it spread on chicken then bake it.. icon_smile.gif
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    Mar 16, 2015 4:57 PM GMT
    Me! icon_biggrin.gif
  • ASHDOD

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    Mar 16, 2015 8:47 PM GMT
    no israeli man can live without it.
  • wesv

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    Mar 16, 2015 8:55 PM GMT
    Ashdod saidno israeli man can live without it.


    And Sabra is from Israel!
  • milehiguy2

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    Mar 16, 2015 9:10 PM GMT
    It's good on toast and bagels. I'll have to try it on a sandwich.icon_biggrin.gif
  • unicoman1

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    Mar 16, 2015 9:20 PM GMT
    ALWAYS! also use it with tuna instead of mayo DELICIOSO!
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    Mar 16, 2015 9:30 PM GMT
    "You are not alone."
  • Breeman

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    Mar 16, 2015 11:34 PM GMT
    Very often. I like to make my own! I just eat it right out of the container!!
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    Mar 17, 2015 1:03 AM GMT
    Yes.

    Like nonfat refried beans or nonfat bean dip, it's great glue for tortillas/wraps, particularly those hard-to-roll sprouted grain ones.

    And blows minds at my supermarket deli counter when I come up with "healthy" sandwiches on-the-fly because I don't like their mayo- and/or cheese-laden pre-made choices. My latest directive:

    1) whole wheat wrap
    2) spread hummus on it so it sticks and stays closed
    3) chop up and spread on it a piece of miso salmon with some of those fresh filetto tomatoes
    4) fava beans

    Then I dip each bite into Greek Yogurt.

    No one
    comes up with sandwich ideas like that (or so they tell me).
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    Mar 17, 2015 2:06 AM GMT
    Goes well on burgers too.
  • LJay

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    Mar 17, 2015 3:40 AM GMT
    Hummus is yummus! Easy to make your own, too.

    You don't even need bread. Just scoop it up with veggies.

    Love it on toasted bagels with lots of tomato, onion and alfalfa sprouts!
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    Mar 17, 2015 4:04 AM GMT
    eagermuscle saidYes.

    Like nonfat refried beans or nonfat bean dip, it's great glue for tortillas/wraps, particularly those hard-to-roll sprouted grain ones.

    And blows minds at my supermarket deli counter when I come up with "healthy" sandwiches on-the-fly because I don't like their mayo- and/or cheese-laden pre-made choices. My latest directive:

    1) whole wheat wrap
    2) spread hummus on it so it sticks and stays closed
    3) chop up and spread on it a piece of miso salmon with some of those fresh filetto tomatoes
    4) fava beans

    Then I dip each bite into Greek Yogurt.

    No one
    comes up with sandwich ideas like that (or so they tell me).


    OMG.. i love refried beans… even right out of the can…cold… with a spoon.. icon_biggrin.gif
    Any kind of beans…
  • Jeepguy2

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    Mar 17, 2015 5:10 AM GMT
    wesv said
    Ashdod saidno israeli man can live without it.


    And Sabra is from Israel!


    Actually Sabra is not from Israel, it is made in a plant near Richmond, Virginia.

    http://www.richmond.com/business/article_7d6d6ea8-34d9-579b-8695-ade53328cfc5.html

  • vindog

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    Mar 17, 2015 6:07 AM GMT



    Yes, if I don't care about being around anyone.


    GASSSSSY
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    Mar 17, 2015 7:14 AM GMT
    You all must have shit for breath. icon_wink.gif
  • secondstartot...

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    Mar 17, 2015 7:50 AM GMT
    Jeepguy2 said
    wesv said
    Ashdod saidno israeli man can live without it.


    And Sabra is from Israel!


    Actually Sabra is not from Israel, it is made in a plant near Richmond, Virginia.

    http://www.richmond.com/business/article_7d6d6ea8-34d9-579b-8695-ade53328cfc5.html


    here "sabra" is the hebrew word for a prickly Pear a fruit that grows on a cactus - also refers to native israelis who may seem prickly on the outside but are really very sweet on the inside

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    Mar 17, 2015 8:54 AM GMT
    wesv saidI feel like I could be the only one. Prove me wrong.


    Toasted bread with hummus, red bell pepper, and feta cheese. Simple, healthy snack
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    Mar 17, 2015 9:06 AM GMT
    I doicon_biggrin.gif
  • 5100s

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    Mar 17, 2015 1:22 PM GMT
    A friend used it as a spread on turkey sandwiches he made for us recently. I couldn't figure out what it was until he told me, but it was delicious.
  • secondstartot...

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    Mar 17, 2015 1:51 PM GMT
    it is ridiculously easy to make ...here is a very good video tutorial - I worked in a restuarant here in Israel with a Bedouin Chef who taught me to use a couple of ice cubes on the second blend to make it super smooth
    also dont confuse tahini with tahina ...tahini the one you want is pure sesame butter ...