I made this yesterday and only a small portion is left :-). It’s very tasty and quick to make.

Recipe Directions

Mix alltoghter within a food processor. Serve with vegetables of your choice.

BTW: I am sorry for the missing quantities. I usually make my dishes by intuition.

Magus's Thoughts

I made this yesterday and only a small portion is left :-). It’s very tasty and quick to make.

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I'm not sure if it's raw, but I've heard that asafoetida powder helps with gas/bloating associated with legumes etc. So maybe add a pinch of that in (may want to reduce garlic if using asafoetida powder)

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I've been eating a lot of this hummus lately, and it's been giving me GAS and BLOATING! Does anyone know a way of making sprouted chickpeas easier to digest? They're cheap and nutritious and I love them, but they don't love me back!

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I will try this. I sprouted some chickpeas this week, and now they have little tails, and I didn't know what to do with them next!

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You soak 'em or sprout 'em?

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garlic cloves?

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@Crisyn: I am sorry. Of course if you add the soaking to the prep time then it's a loooong hummus :-)

Actually I soak chickpeas almost daily. Therefore I only count the immediate prep time...

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I would add some olive oil instead of the sesame seed oil , but other than that it looks pretty easy to make. Thank you Magus!

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Sorry, but this made me laugh. How is it quick to make if you have to soak the chickpeas for 24-36 hours? :-)

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