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The first time I had hummus I was late into adulthood. It was good, but really I just like the taste of garlic, be it garlic aioli or garlic hummus. The benefit of hummus is that unlike aioli (which is kind of like mayo), the chick pea base of hummus makes chugging down large amounts of it a lot more palatable.
I’ve had other flavors of hummus from the Tribe brand, but the garlic one really is the best by far. It’s basically the same old hummus, except that it’s topped with oil and small pieces of garlic. Mix it together and you get an excuse to get an extraordinary dose of garlic in your diet. Personally, I don’t love split peas, but the consistency of mashed split peas provide the perfect vehicle to eat garlic without just downing a clove of garlic directly.
Overall, this is a solid dip or spread. I think you normally eat it with crackers, pretzels, or most commonly pita bread. Personally, I just spread on some toast. The price is also somewhat reasonable as it costs about three dollars in my local grocery store.