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Take a can of fava beans and drain, place in a food processor with 1 clove of garlic, some parsley and 2 tablesppons of lemonjuice. Puree for 10 seconds. Add a couple tablespoons of olive oil and process for another 10 seconds. Enjoy.
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I use white beans or also known as navy beans to make hummus with.
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I use white beans or also known as navy beans to make hummus with.

I use organic canned white beans (cannelini beans) to make a puree with parsley and onions and lemon juice. Do you put tahini in yours?
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well, of course! I cannot conceive of any other way
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