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May 29, 2006



Sounds amazing, I'm going to try this. I agree that the sprouted chickpeas just don't do it, they are way to bland and taste like peas.


Super delicious on my zucchini flax crackers -- YUM! Although I feel like I've gained a pound or two between the avacado in the Nori Rolls, this almond hummus recipe, my zuccini flax crackers made with walnuts and the chocolate ice cream made with cashews! Back to more fruit today!


Yum! Thanks for this great recipe. :)

A word of caution: If you make this recipe in a Vita-Mix blender use at least 1/2 cup of water and the high-speed setting (I just found out the hard way as my Vita-Mix shut off and started smoking as a result of overheating).

From Karen: Oh yes, absolutely. The nuts can make the mixture pretty dry. Any recipe that is dry should ideally go in a food processor, or, like you say, have water added.

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