e: First of all, I grew up in Dearborn, MI - this stuff is my pb&j. I hate chunky, orange, dry hummus (what I call “hippy hummus”). I my ideal chickpea spread has the consistency of a fine tile grout, topped with pink pickled radish and paprika.
a: As a post-undergrad struggling stomach, I learned a trick, and that trick is called: hummus. One store-bought tub of the stuff can stretch out as lunch for a week if you do it right. It’s not one of those accoutrements that you get sick of either. The variety of tastes, textures and delights that hummus can provide are truly endless.