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One word - Interesting lol Had to try this and I was pleasantly suprised. Unfortunetely I couldn't achieve the right cconsistency because my food processor is crumby, but the flavor combo works very well! Thanks for sharing this! It made for a fun lunchtime experiement. Can't wait to try it with a GOOD processor.

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Nikoma October 07, 2008

I have to admit that I thought Julie was just a little... "out there" when she started talking about this recipe. It sounded like she was making sweet hummous! Then she held out a spoonful of it to me and I couldn't not try it. I'm glad I did! It really does taste great, and we'll be eating it again and again.

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Steingrim September 29, 2007

This was really good! I stirred in rasins to mine. I was looking for something different to eat, but had nothing in the cabinets, and this worked perfectly. It does have an odd chickpea-like texture, but taste wise it is great. Thanks!

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Mighteechic September 28, 2007

Really fun, quick and easy to make, cheap, and full of fiber and other good stuff. I used half a leftover can of chickpeas and whizzed it all up in a mini food processor. Used creme fraiche instead of yogurt too. Very surprising consistency, but doesn'make you think of chick peas as it doesn't taste like them, feels like them though. I successfully got the husband to eat a small bowlful as a snack, so there you go. Would be a good breakfast food on a day when you wanted something substantial. No fat, tons of fiber, it may replace oatmeal occasionally for us.

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Kasha September 27, 2007
Moldovan Chickpea Pudding