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  • Hummus is no longer just a savoury snack
  • Hummus is no longer just a savoury snack
    Amanda Tipton (2010) ©
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Hummus is no longer just a savoury snack

Thought hummus was just a savoury snack best paired with pitta breads and carrot sticks? Think again. An American start-up is dishing up this chickpea-based delight for dessert – ideal for Gen Yers, whose tastes are healthier and more adventurous than ever.

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