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MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
1/1/13 11:09 P

baby carrots, cauliflower, cucumber, red peppers
rice cakes, soy crisps, corn thins, almond thins

I eat it with a spoon =)

ALILOFF71 Posts: 22
1/1/13 10:33 P

I like veggies dipped in hummus. Broccoli, cauliflower, baby carrots, cucumber, peppers, snow pea pods.... I also like to use it on sandwiches!

SDGAMBLE Posts: 637
1/1/13 10:33 P

raw carrots, celery

GETSHORTY Posts: 1,368
1/1/13 10:26 P

A lot of my choices have already been mentioned, so I just want to add that I also like hummus as a salad dressing, as a spread mixed with avocado, and I discovered some time ago that it's pretty good paired in a sandwich with a mild cheese (like swiss).

FITMARTI SparkPoints: (19,785)
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1/1/13 9:44 P

Celery

GRANDMABABA SparkPoints: (128,299)
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1/1/13 9:12 P

Triscuits, carrots

HHB4181 SparkPoints: (83,708)
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1/1/13 9:10 P

raw carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, red peppers and whole wheat melba toast.
it's also good as a spread on sandwiches/wraps, instead of mayo

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (97,426)
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1/1/13 8:55 P

hmm, I've never tried it on carrots, will have to give it a whirl on cooked veggies, for a change of pace. I've tried tahini on warm veggies, but it was disappointing.

AMARISRON Posts: 1,205
1/1/13 10:06 A

I like to use it as a dressing on my salad. I have put it on potato and it is okay. It is good on a sandwich with tomato, cucumber and lettuce. But my all time favorite is carrots.

BIRDWTCHER SparkPoints: (4,488)
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1/1/13 10:03 A

carrots and celery

LYNN955 Posts: 701
1/1/13 9:37 A

raw veggies and whole wheat crackers

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (101,558)
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1/1/13 8:19 A

Melba Toast

SLIMANDTONED Posts: 1,964
1/1/13 8:01 A

Pitta bread, felafel, tomato salad

BRENDAJ1957 SparkPoints: (970)
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1/1/13 6:49 A

Raw veggies, or pretzels.

DENRNAJ SparkPoints: (75,598)
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1/1/13 6:24 A

bread, crackers, veggies

UGOGIRL2009 Posts: 769
1/1/13 4:43 A

I love all raw veggies with hummus. But, pretzels with hummus are also good when we are entertaining - just add a bit of extra crushed chilli or cayenne pepper to give it a bit of additional zip..

KARALEAM Posts: 4,945
12/31/12 7:15 P

raw vegetables or whole wheat crackers

LIBBYL1 Posts: 5,933
12/31/12 6:33 P

We have a very thin rye cracker called Finn Crisps here which are delicious with hummus. I also put it in a baked potato and have that with salad as a meal - yum! Other ideas here are great too...

JASTAMPER11 SparkPoints: (57,189)
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12/31/12 6:27 P

Pita chips and .......crushed garlic or red pepper flakes

BEBOP4ME SparkPoints: (17,963)
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12/31/12 5:02 P

Could try blanching veggies like cauliflower or broccoli for 1 minute in boiling water and then rinsing with cold water. Makes them crunchy for dipping in hummus.

KNUCKLES145 Posts: 13,473
12/31/12 4:34 P

maybe try roasting the veggies first ??

GLAMIAM SparkPoints: (1,985)
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12/31/12 3:12 P

Pretzels go great with hummus!

TIG123GER SparkPoints: (76,906)
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12/31/12 2:17 P

Triscuits

ARCHIMEDESII SparkPoints: (144,699)
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12/31/12 1:06 P

I've used hummus in sandwiches too. hummus, lettuce and tomato makes for a great quick sandwich. I've also used it in place of mayo when I make a tuna sandwich. If you want to use it as a dip, use toasted pita wedges.

How about cucumber slices if you're bored with celery or carrots. I also like slices of red, orange or yellow peppers for dipping too.

SNOWJESTER SparkPoints: (29,528)
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12/31/12 12:58 P

steamed broccoli

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 13,830
12/31/12 11:09 A

Roasted red pepper strips.

FUFU58 Posts: 21
12/31/12 10:55 A

Stacie's pita chips are my fav, BUT I will usually go with celery stix with only a few pita chips.

SAILSCALL SparkPoints: (56,628)
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12/31/12 10:33 A

Stacy's Pita Chips

KKLENNERT809 Posts: 8,009
12/31/12 10:24 A

Carrots, celery and crackers

CREAGER60 SparkPoints: (1,346)
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12/31/12 9:47 A

any kind of Veggie is good! Brocolli, Cauliflower, Carrots and peppers are what I like to dip.

SHAYSIE Posts: 1,863
12/31/12 9:46 A

Wasa Crisps, tomatoes, celery, carrots, and cucumber to name a few.

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (63,634)
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12/31/12 9:37 A

pepper strips or mini sweet peppers, raw squash/zucchini, pita or bagel chips, and sometimes...just a spoon!

it's also great as a sandwich spread

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
12/31/12 9:30 A

my hubby likes it spread on a sandwich or mixed into chicken salad

I like raw veggies

Have you tried to make your own healthy crackers/chips?

AMPER_02 Posts: 139
12/31/12 9:14 A

Thanks guys! For all of you who asked. I like cooked veggies, just not too big on raw veggies... it is a texture thing.

JUNIAATROME SparkPoints: (50,621)
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12/31/12 2:55 A

It's a great lunch - humus over whole wheat bread (self made) with fresh tomato and onion salad (Very healthy - does fit well into the Fuhrman diet).

KARENCRANER Posts: 3,421
12/31/12 1:06 A

I like whole wheat pita and sweep peppers best!

LUCKYCOMET SparkPoints: (189,968)
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12/31/12 12:10 A

almost anything

CAMEOSUN SparkPoints: (83,127)
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12/31/12 12:02 A

We dip our crackers in hummus.

ETHELMERZ SparkPoints: (97,426)
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12/30/12 10:18 P

tuna, toasted bread, pumpernickle.

UMBILICAL Posts: 12,387
12/30/12 10:17 P

chips

RDCAGAIN Posts: 603
12/30/12 10:15 P

veggie chips or gluten free corn chips. Good on sandwiches as well.

DIONNE1972 Posts: 1,040
12/30/12 9:45 P

baby carrots

QUEEN3510VA Posts: 461
12/30/12 8:59 P

celery sticks
spread on sandwich
chips


KWOOD1955 SparkPoints: (31,812)
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12/30/12 8:49 P

Hummus is great with raw veggies. Perhaps some other than carrots or celery would be more tasty for you. Try daikon radishes (some times called Japanese radishes -- they look like huge white carrots). Bell peppers. Cucumber slices and hummus are very good. Perhaps not good with hummus, but I love grape tomatoes. Veggies are basically no/low calories, so you can munch all you want.

REENIE131 SparkPoints: (54,635)
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12/30/12 8:41 P

Strips of red pepper, and pita chips. Also I use it on sandwiches with roasted red pepper, spinach, avocado and feta.

UGAKATE85 Posts: 2,630
12/30/12 7:45 P

i put a whole wheat pita in the microwave for about 20 seconds and pair with spicy hummus

GINGERVISTA Posts: 5,894
12/30/12 6:34 P

Many times I have a sandwich & might add lettuce, tomato, perhaps roasted peppers. You gotta like SOME veggies, right??? They're so important in a person's daily food intake.
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I_HEART_MY_FAM Posts: 1,809
12/30/12 6:28 P

Veggies crackers, breads. I think you need to learn to like vegtables, my opinion.

LAURAAT Posts: 1,506
12/30/12 6:26 P

Depending on my mood, I do carrots (which I had to learn to love, partly by dipping in hummus. But I get it if you can't stand them, you can't stand them) pretzels, trisquits. I also like to add some hummus to chicken or veggie wraps, super yum!

AMPER_02 Posts: 139
12/30/12 6:19 P

I absolutely LOVE hummus!! However, I am not a huge fan of raw veggies. I detest carrots and celery. Does anyone have any healthy subs? Thanks

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