IN the busy, modern world it can be hard to tell if you’re getting your full, daily amount of creamed chick peas and tahini. Take our quick test to find out.
1. Did you eat hummus for breakfast today?
A. No. I just had four pints of tea and a piece of toast.
B. Yes. I had a Full Hummus Breakfast, which is like a Full English Breakfast but with healthy, delicious hummus instead of the greasy English parts.
2. Do you plan to eat hummus for lunch?
A. No. I’ll be eating a sausage roll and then wondering why I feel like shit for the rest of the afternoon.
B. Yes. I’ll have a pot of hummus with some frozen hummus sticks to dip in it.
3. Will you be eating hummus with your dinner tonight?
A. No, I’ll either have another sausage roll or I won’t have anything because I’ll still be feeling funky from the sausage roll I had for lunch.
B. Yes, I’ll be having hummus soup for starters, which is essentially a bowl of hummus. Followed by hummus on a stick, followed by a hummus cheesecake, which, again, is essentially just a bowl of hummus.
Mostly As: It’s as if you’ve never heard of hummus or, for some reason, think it looks, smells and tastes disgusting. But what you really hate is yourself.
Mostly Bs: You clearly like hummus but your hummus intake is, at best, moderate. You should also consider eating hummus as a snack.