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Hummus - Prepackaged / Grocery item

Habs | Mar 6, 201112:33 PM     12

After having enjoyed amazing hummus over the course of several years in London, UK, I returned to Montreal to discover that the hummus selection is pretty poor. I must be looking in the wrong places. I've tried the general selection at Metro and Costco, including various flavours (regular, red pepper, jalapeno). Nothing tastes even remotely decent. I'm a particular fan of spicy Moroccan hummus (if anybody is familiar with the UK's Sainsbury's version, you'll know what I'm talking about), but can't find something comparable that doesn't taste uber-processed. Does anybody have any recommendations? Also, I'm looking for something relatively affordable since I tend to go through a lot of hummus when I find a tasty version.

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