Ask ten different cooks for a hummus recipe, and you are likely to get ten slightly variant responses. This can be a little bit frustrating if you are looking for a hummus recipe that is devoid of certain allergens or other foods that yourself or someone you know would like to avoid, so it does pay to do a bit of research on the topic prior to buying any commercially available brand. To begin, note any and all ingredients or other foodstuffs that any hummus recipe should completely eschew in order for the finished product to meet your standards. Once you have this list in mind, search the web for common commercially available hummus brands. Once you have a list of common hummus brands that you are reasonably sure that you can find nearby, look up the hummus recipe used in each brand in order to determine which ingredients might be included. Almost any hummus recipe out there right now will have a base of chickpeas and tahini, which are sometimes known as garbanzo beans and sesame seed paste, respectively, as well as some garlic and other spices for flavor. However, the additives can change quite a bit between brands and varieties thereof, so it does pay to label-read carefully. While the exact hummus recipe may not be published with the amounts used in order to protect their intellectual property, you should be able to determine whether or not the hummus recipe of a given brand is appropriate for any dietary preferences or restrictions that you might have. Once you have determined which brands use a hummus recipe that suits yourself and anyone else you are serving, go ahead and make your purchases accordingly. You should be very happy with the fruits of your research!
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