A large container of hummus is a ton of hummus. I try to buy small ones and I never finish it and it goes bad so I just don't buy it anymore and I can't eat it because I generally eat way too much of it and then I have just messed up my caloric intake for the day and then I'm a pound or two heavier the next day. LB you can just give it away to someone. And I find store bought hummus to taste salty for some reason. Anyway, that's all I have to say.
This very problem came up earlier sometime on this team or the Eating Clean team. I think I remember someone saying that you can freeze hummus. But wait, someone else might come by with better idea.
I say: EAT IT!! lol!
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1. Freeze some (I think you can freeze it - someone correct me if I'm wrong) 2. You can use it as a spread on sandwiches instead of mayo 3. Dip veggies in it for a delicious, filling, and healthy snack
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