Making your own hummus is really rather simple if you follow a couple of basic rules. Always make sure to begin puréeing your cooked chickpeas with warm cooking liquid. This will help emulsify the final mixture and incorporate all of the subsequent ingredients. Next, measure everything before you begin putting the final hummus together – start with 1/2 the garlic amount first if you don’t like it too strong. Finally, be sure to taste the hummus as you blend it and make adjustments that will suit your own taste (Too much bitter from the tahini and cumin? Add a touch

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