If health food had a mascot I’m pretty sure it would be hummus. Full of protein, fibre and healthy fats it’s the perfect example of good-for-you-food that also tastes good (which is what I like to call food btw).
But like nut milk, the world is divided into two types of people: those who makes hummus at home and those that buy it premade.
One of my earliest childhood memories was learning how to make scrambled eggs in the microwave. I can clearly remember writing out the “recipe” over and over in my notebook – I was partly testing out different handwriting styles, but also ensuring I wouldn’t forget the right amount of milk to pour in or how many seconds it needed to get blitzed. I needed a guide to make sure I got it right every time.