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... Would you call this a bad thing? ... (42 replies)
... I believe hummus and pita bread are very good for you. Hummus is made of chick peas which are a very good source or fiber. And I agree with the whole wheat pita bread..healthier. ... (8 replies)
Dairy in hummus???
Dec 16, 2006
... thanks, you really put me at ease...the main reason I was asking was because the last couple of times i ate hummus at a certain deli, it tasted like it might have had some sort of dairy in it, almost like a sour cream like taste mixed in it. ... (3 replies)

... I went thru a phase of eating hummus. It is so delicious! I stopped myself from buying it, because I thought it was too many carbs. Just recently, I saw that hummus is on the list to eat when on a low-carb diet. I might buy more now that I know that! (42 replies)
... How do you prepare the chickpeas? Straight from the can? Raw? Or do you cook them first, or something? Thanks. (42 replies)
... Mm.. sounds good. I'm gonna try it out! :) (42 replies)
... LS, If you are worried about the calories in store bought hummus, make it yourself! I was vegetarian for 10 years + had a family who was crazy about healthy food. My Dad started making hummus when I was about 14 (10 years ago) and then I started making it too. I usually make it once a week and with the recipe I use, I never feel guilty about eating a lot of it. Here... (42 replies)
Sep 21, 2004
... I just ate hummus with lunch. I read the nutrition label, and, to my surprise, because it is made of garbanzo beans, it is fairly calorie dense. ... (6 replies)
... Put into a bunch of small dishes and covered, you can enjoy the hummus on pita for a week or two. A few seconds to warm in the microwave before serving brings out the flavor more. ... (42 replies)
... It's awesome. I love hummus and just can't bring myself to buy the stuff in the grocery stores - it is mostly fat. When you make it from scratch, you can control the amount of fat you use and you can get the amount of fat pretty low in this recipe. Enjoy! (42 replies)
... Legumes were only consumed in any substantial way after agriculture began. Althought humankind's control of fire may be hundreds of thousands of years there were no vessels to cook things like grains and legumes. Your evolutionary time line is skewed; Neanderthals lived with early true modern humans just a few hundred thousand years ago and only died out some tens of thousands... (42 replies)
... I think legumes present a superb mixture of nutrients that, IF PROPERLY COOKED, give the highest protein content by far in the plant world. I think without legumes, billions would have starved over the course of history because grains simply are not a comparably good source of protein. Legumes MUST be cooked in some way to make them digestible, thus mankind evolved into... (42 replies)
... Now LEGUMES are bad, jeesh! I just ordered a bunch of soup from Westbrae called "Hearty Milano Minestrone Soup" and it's SOOOO good. I was gonna eat it for my lunch everyday since i'm not big on meat.(usually only one serving a day, sometimes none). And I'll have my whey to add more protein for a snack..that's beside the point but I really thought that beans were good for... (42 replies)
... Hummous is not bad at all its has protein and lots of nutrients. Like everything in life, moderation is the key. ... (42 replies)
... e rice if I can help it and I buy whole grain noodles and bread etc... I don't eat junk food besides the ice cream at night and maybe a few baked pita chips with hummus with lunch... ... (11 replies)
... If you go for full fat dairy products, keep an eye on your blood cholesterol levels, since the saturated fat in dairy fat may raise them. But the general idea is that you have to eat more calories than you use. Unfortunately, a lot of high calorie density foods are junk foods or otherwise not that good for you in other ways. Besides more nuts, dried fruit, fatty fish,... (11 replies)
... my sandwiches, snacking on nuts and indulging with the occasional ice cream sunday. My problem is that I have never skimped on the mayo, except now I tend to use hummus which replaces some of it. I eat a lot of low fat dairy... ... (11 replies)
... I haven't had any dairy or eggs in four years and feel better than ever. I also haven't had any meat, fish, shellfish, or poultry in thirteen years. It's second nature for me, not challenging at all. I have no problem getting enough iron or calcium. I eat things like beans, lentils, chickpeas, soy products (like calcium set tofu, etc), fortified soymilk (Silk soymilk IS... (17 replies)
... Woke up at 5am and here is what my day looked like: Breakfast: Luna bar, 6 saltine crackers, coffee with a little bit of NF milk. MIMOSA (it was my graduation day!) Late Lunch(2pm): Cooked mussels to start, 1 piece of bread, 1 slice of smoked salmon on cracker, main dish was pan roasted scallops (4 of them) on a bed of lettuce in a vinaigrette dressing, Dessert: apricot,... (4 replies)
... er fruits. I just can't seem to get them into my daily life. I usually end up with dried fruits being all my fruit servings for the day, and I've heard this is a bad idea. I also drink organic fruit juices in the morning occasionally. ... (7 replies)

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