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Narc
Saturday, November 27, 2010, 9:23pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi. I can't find chickpeas or hummus anywhere on my SWAMI.    
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Chickpeas, aka garbanzo beans; check the ingredients in the hummus you want to eat.

Chickpeas are avoids for me, so I make hummus from great northern beans.


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Chickpeas are also known as Garbanzo beans and look under vegetable protein.  Hummus is made from garbanzo beans/chick peas.

If you can't have them try Black Bean Hummus http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?269, it is one of my FAVORITES!!
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Ah! Thanks, I found it!

It's an avoid for me too unfortunately.  
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I found that black eyed peas also make a good substitute for chickpeas/ garbanzo beans in hummus. I didn't like the great northern beans for it as much.


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Mashing beans is actually a wonderful way to prepare them.
Who doesn't like those refried beans served with Mexican food?

I recently found a recipe for mashed lima beans (as a side on a dinner plate): Mmmmm for B's!


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Small Fava beans also make a very good hummus.  

I also have a recipe for pumpkin hummus that doesn't use any beans.  


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You can use ANY compliant cooked bean in hummus. Just find any hummus recipe, and substitute a bean that's  good for you. The flavor will be slightly different but still yummy.


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Ah! Thanks, I found it!

It's an avoid for me too unfortunately.  


Hmmm, is that because your non secreter? Because I just bought 4 cans of garbanzo beans today and was going to make some hummus later today, and after reading this thought, I wasted my time and money. I just rechecked my swami report and garbanzos' are a superfood, and I'm an O positive too....
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Garbanzo beans:

TYPE O:
Secretor:
NEUTRAL

Non Secretor:
AVOID


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Cool! Lima Bean Hummus for Bs and Os, right here on Recipe Base:

http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipedepictor7x.cgi?255

Here's another from Saveur: http://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Lima-Bean-Mash-with-Lemon-and-Olive-Oil


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