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I’ll try to use less water next time cooking the lentils and see how that works out.
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Good to know though, now I don’t have to waste any ingredients. I love this one and since Have tahini in the fridge right now, I may be making this for lunch. Reply Have you tried lightly steaming your wraps before using them? I just wanted to share with you a substitute for tahini.
Will definitely, most certainly be making this tomorrow. Every time I go to make a salad and want a carrot, it seems were fresh out. The first time I made them, I was surprised that they no longer were red, but yellow. I dampen some paper towel to sort of ‘sandwich’ my wrap, then microwave for no more than 30 seconds (too much time makes it gummy and chewy). I babysit for a two-year old, who LOVES hummus, but does not like lentils and beans. We often find ourselves in a hummus crisis (lol), and there just isn’t the time to soak and cook the chick peas. I am not a tahini fan and feel that it ruins hummus (but that is just my opinion). I have lots of digestive issues but I love hummus; maybe this will be easier for me to digest :) I have a slight intolerance to sesame seeds, and have been advised by my doc to cut back or eliminate sesame seeds–including tahini! Maybe I can just leave it out since it’s such a small amount…? I love your blog, its been a huge inspiration as I’m trying to make changes toward a healthier lifestyle.It is an extremely evident that fantastic gadgets will give quality experience contrasted with the ones that are low regarding cost.