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(NJ.com)   Princeton student body votes against switching hummus brands, in what observers are calling a historic referendum on whirled peas   (nj.com) divider line 59
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2010-12-03 09:36:39 PM
Guys who eat hummus get a lot of chicks.

/yeah it sucked.
 
2010-12-03 09:36:41 PM
The food fight on the 7,500-student campus grew into a face-off over Middle East politics when Tigers for Israel, a pro-Israel student group, campaigned for students to reject the referendum.

That's cute.
 
2010-12-03 09:36:46 PM
Mmmmm! Whirled peas - one of my favorites.
 
2010-12-03 09:38:00 PM
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2010-12-03 09:38:43 PM
It's a well known fact that you shouldn't switch brands when feeding your hipster, it can lead to problems in their digestive track and a big mess on your carpet.
 
2010-12-03 09:42:04 PM
Royale With Cheese: Mmmmm! Whirled peas - one of my favorites.

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2010-12-03 09:42:13 PM
I just can't visualize it.
 
2010-12-03 09:42:17 PM
Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.
 
2010-12-03 09:43:40 PM
jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

Or you can just make your own, which is better than either of these choices.

/it's stupidly easy to do
 
2010-12-03 09:44:11 PM
Well done Subby.
 
2010-12-03 09:44:21 PM
"Gaudeamus igatur,
Juvenes dum summus;
Post jocundem juventutum--
Post molestam senectutem--
Nos habemus humus!"
 
2010-12-03 09:46:13 PM
jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

No shiat. Or they could just get the peas, sesame seeds, olive oil, (garlic or whatever else they'd like), and lemons up in a food processor and make the freshest hummus around. It could be made for teh student body by the student body and that shiat would sell.
 
2010-12-03 09:47:06 PM
LadyHawke, curse your fast fingers.
 
2010-12-03 09:48:01 PM
jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

Hmm, I'll have to try it. I f*cking love Sabra hummus
 
2010-12-03 09:49:41 PM
LadyHawke: Or you can just make your own, which is better than either of these choices.

/it's stupidly easy to do


No shiat.
It ain't that hard to throw garbanzo beans in the blender guys.
 
2010-12-03 09:54:37 PM
I want peas!

We all want peace, but it's always just out of reach. So what's the best way to get peace?

With a knife!

Exactly! Not the olive branch, but the bayonet!

/live in SE Michigan
//So much awesome hummus to choose from to buy if I'm gonna buy and not make it
///At least these terrorists have yummy food, unlike the Irish kind
////[ducks]
 
2010-12-03 09:55:34 PM
T-Luv: It's a well known fact that you shouldn't switch brands when feeding your hipster, it can lead to problems in their digestive track and a big mess on your carpet.

+1
 
2010-12-03 09:59:42 PM
i55.tinypic.com
 
2010-12-03 10:03:18 PM
Making your own is easy, but damn, it smells like a fat lady's crotch.

Store bought stuff must use some kind of massengill or something.
 
2010-12-03 10:04:17 PM
This controversy at Princeton is about as unmoving and as undeserving of sympathy as the bunch of Harvard students fighting over who created Facebook.
 
2010-12-03 10:04:22 PM
Sabra is oversalted and somewhat flavorless otherwise.
 
2010-12-03 10:04:28 PM
If you're going to bother making your own hummus, you might as well make tapenade instead. It provides a full order of magnitude more deliciousness for only about ten percent more effort, thus yielding a 90.9% sensory pleasure enhancement over hummus.

James Bond would never put a garbanzo bean in his Martini.
 
2010-12-03 10:04:58 PM
ironrat: I just can't visualize it

All they are saying is give peas a chance.
 
2010-12-03 10:09:26 PM
i chortled.
 
2010-12-03 10:09:27 PM
I prefer baba ghanouj, and it doesn't take much to roast an eggplant. They're especially good on a bbq because you get the smokey flavour of the charred skin.
 
2010-12-03 10:12:24 PM
buzzbucket.com
 
2010-12-03 10:13:19 PM
Hummus is easy to make, but counter-top blenders can cause trouble. Use an immersion blender (hand-blender) for much better results.

Unless you like runny hummus that is.
 
2010-12-03 10:13:49 PM
i231.photobucket.com
 
2010-12-03 10:15:12 PM
Nakito: If you're going to bother making your own hummus, you might as well make tapenade instead. It provides a full order of magnitude more deliciousness for only about ten percent more effort, thus yielding a 90.9% sensory pleasure enhancement over hummus.

James Bond would never put a garbanzo bean in his Martini


If you are putting hummus in your martini, you are doing it wrong. It goes on home-made bread, still warm from the oven.

This reminds me that I have two eggplants that need roasting.
 
2010-12-03 10:17:08 PM
Imagine, whirled peas in our time.
 
2010-12-03 10:19:44 PM
www.jigsawlounge.co.uk
 
2010-12-03 10:21:01 PM
StreetlightInTheGhetto: /live in SE Michigan
//So much awesome hummus to choose from to buy if I'm gonna buy and not make it


I was forced to live in the Detroit area for a while, and the mideast food and hot Lebanese women made it tolerable.
 
2010-12-03 10:23:32 PM
jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

You shut your lying whore mouth. It certainly does NOT taste as good as Sabra.

Does the Trader Joe's brand have Zatar in it? I'm sorry, no. Is the Trader Joe's hummous made in fricking Queens?

I didn't think so.

Sabra for lyfe. Yeah, I'm hooked. I don't care. I don't want to leave the Sabra Lyfe. shiat is so smooth. OMG.

I don't give a shiat if it's full of powdered settlers, it is the best hummous on the goddamn market for my dollar. I am a Sabra lover. I also love Sabra Price is Right.
 
2010-12-03 10:27:14 PM
How do I vote for this for headline of the year.
 
2010-12-03 10:28:47 PM
Well played, subby, well played. (soft clapping)
 
2010-12-03 10:29:13 PM
I pray you're not referring to frozen peas.

porkchopsandapplesauce.org
 
2010-12-03 10:34:21 PM
naveline: jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

You shut your lying whore mouth. It certainly does NOT taste as good as Sabra.

Does the Trader Joe's brand have Zatar in it? I'm sorry, no. Is the Trader Joe's hummous made in fricking Queens?

I didn't think so.

Sabra for lyfe. Yeah, I'm hooked. I don't care. I don't want to leave the Sabra Lyfe. shiat is so smooth. OMG.

I don't give a shiat if it's full of powdered settlers, it is the best hummous on the goddamn market for my dollar. I am a Sabra lover. I also love Sabra Price is Right.


My favorites are their garlic and the roasted red pepper. Ever try them with lime flavored tortilla chips? Awesome.
 
2010-12-03 10:39:01 PM
naveline: it is the best hummous on the goddamn market for my dollar. I am a Sabra lover.

May I interest you in two fine American cheeses, Kraft and Velveeta?
 
2010-12-03 10:39:16 PM
naveline: jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

You shut your lying whore mouth. It certainly does NOT taste as good as Sabra.

Does the Trader Joe's brand have Zatar in it? I'm sorry, no. Is the Trader Joe's hummous made in fricking Queens?

I didn't think so.

Sabra for lyfe. Yeah, I'm hooked. I don't care. I don't want to leave the Sabra Lyfe. shiat is so smooth. OMG.

I don't give a shiat if it's full of powdered settlers, it is the best hummous on the goddamn market for my dollar. I am a Sabra lover. I also love Sabra Price is Right.


farking christ, a goddamn hummus snob
 
2010-12-03 10:40:19 PM
LadyHawke: jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

Or you can just make your own, which is better than either of these choices.

/it's stupidly easy to do


Ssshhh.... don't let them know.

PS - Sabra is good.
 
2010-12-03 10:43:13 PM
Looks like a farkin' cowpie. Likely tastes the same.

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2010-12-03 10:47:55 PM
If it doesn't have meat in it, it's not really food.
 
2010-12-03 10:51:04 PM
oldebayer: ironrat: I just can't visualize it

All they are saying is give peas a chance.


We just came back from an Oregon road trip and I got a kick from your snarky quip. PDX leads the nation on bumper stickers and give peas a chance is damn near obligitory.
 
2010-12-03 10:51:05 PM
jaytkay: naveline: it is the best hummous on the goddamn market for my dollar. I am a Sabra lover.

May I interest you in two fine American cheeses, Kraft and Velveeta?


Motherfarker, I know how to make cheese. I've butchered turkeys and deer, and I grow four varieties of garlic and two of leeks.

Your palate prefers grainy, wet, chickpea mash, fine. I prefer Sabra. It has Zatar. Sabra--The good hummous.

Sabra has Zatar. It is the best. That is all.
 
2010-12-03 10:55:31 PM
naveline: jaytkay: naveline: it is the best hummous on the goddamn market for my dollar. I am a Sabra lover.

May I interest you in two fine American cheeses, Kraft and Velveeta?

Motherfarker, I know how to make cheese. I've butchered turkeys and deer, and I grow four varieties of garlic and two of leeks.

Your palate prefers grainy, wet, chickpea mash, fine. I prefer Sabra. It has Zatar. Sabra--The good hummous.

Sabra has Zatar. It is the best. That is all.


Thems trollin' words.
 
2010-12-03 10:56:54 PM
HappyLittleTree: naveline: jaytkay: Trader Joe's hummus is 1/2 half the price of Sabra and twice as good.

You shut your lying whore mouth. It certainly does NOT taste as good as Sabra.

Does the Trader Joe's brand have Zatar in it? I'm sorry, no. Is the Trader Joe's hummous made in fricking Queens?

I didn't think so.

Sabra for lyfe. Yeah, I'm hooked. I don't care. I don't want to leave the Sabra Lyfe. shiat is so smooth. OMG.

I don't give a shiat if it's full of powdered settlers, it is the best hummous on the goddamn market for my dollar. I am a Sabra lover. I also love Sabra Price is Right.

My favorites are their garlic and the roasted red pepper. Ever try them with lime flavored tortilla chips? Awesome.


You my friend are right! I also love the black bean Garden of Eatin' chips with their Zatar hummous.

If you go to the Jewish markets on 13th ave in Brooklyn, they have flavors of Sabra the Gentiles are not permitted to know of that are not sold farther west than Manhattan.

This I know from my long apprenticeship into the ways of Sabra: It is the only hummous that has the proper amount of tahini .

If you eat Cedar's or any of that grocery store crap you are eating grainy, wet bean dip. it is. . . NOT SABRRRA!
 
2010-12-03 10:58:34 PM
"Hmmm... I have half a jar of tahini, but no hummus. To the grocery!"

*2 days later*

"Hmmm... I have half a tub of hummus, but no tahini. To the grocery!"

/delicious cycle
//credit where it's due: chips and salsa
 
2010-12-03 10:59:46 PM
naveline: Motherfarker, I know how to make cheese. I've butchered turkeys and deer, and I grow four varieties of garlic and two of leeks.

Are you Ted Nugent?
 
2010-12-03 11:07:28 PM
michaelgvh: How do I vote for this for headline of the year.

Something like it already has been nominated.

Arab and Jewish chefs unite to cook record hummus in hopes of creating whirled peas

http://www.fark.com/cgi/comments.pl?IDLink=4920858
 
2010-12-03 11:16:29 PM
MorePeasPlease: Royale With Cheese: Mmmmm! Whirled peas - one of my favorites.

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Hah hah! Thank you, MorePeasPlease! First sentence I ever put together was, "I love peas." Seriously.
 
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