I only had a blender so I added a lot more water than is actually necessary. You may want to cut back on the garlic too if you’re not a huge garlic fan. The tahini really makes it creamy and a bit of the olive oil. Try varying it up with sesame oil perhaps.

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I replicated something similar to what I had in NYC @ Caravan of Dreams one time. Only this one had beans and I don’t believe Caravan’s did. But I only know they had tahini and almond in it and it was so light and fluffy.

This recipe tastes delicious with baby carrots as a snack or could be mixed with a touch more olive oil for a salad dressing. If you make this pretty thick like a pate, you can spread it on flax crackers or instead on nori sheets (as part of a wrap). It is like a veggie dip/ hummus – but the possibilities are endless.

Simply blend/process ingredients. Almonds and bean sprouts first with a touch of the olive oil and tahini. Then add the rest of the ingredients to flavor!

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By iamaleigh

I only had a blender so I added a lot more water than is actually necessary. You may want to cut back on the garlic too if you’re not a huge garlic fan. The tahini really makes it creamy and a bit of the olive oil. Try varying it up with sesame oil perhaps.

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you're welcome, writeeternity! hope you like it.

al! -- i bet they most certainly would. i bet sprouted lentils would be nice too, although a different combo w/out the almonds maybe. go for it and let me know what you think!

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do you think sprouted chickpeas would have a comparable flavor/texture to the mung beans in this recipe?

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Wow this is a great recipe with the mung beans. I have some sprouting right now. Thanks for the idea!

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