Hummus or hummus is an excellent high-quality vegetable protein for vegetarians, vegans or anyone looking to enjoy something rich and original consuming a high quality protein.

Chickpeas are legumes fundamental to our health because they are high in fiber, protein, healthy fats and minerals. They are also present in many traditional Mexican recipes easy recipes and Spanish cuisine. Warning: do not confuse with humus vermicompost!

This is a healthy and easy recipe to make, an energy recipe more at your disposal if you are interested in achieving a balanced diet and healthy eating.

Animal protein, however, comes not only our body but gives us saturated fat, cholesterol and increased blood pressure, damage the body and causing arteriosclerosis and cardiovascular problems. Animal protein also produces uric acid and other toxic acids that carry our body, our kidneys and liver. Scientifically it is proven the high incidence of animal protein in several types of cancer: including breast cancer, uterine and próstota.

Why are you going to Humus? Because it is a source of high quality protein, to do something fun and different to eat chickpeas otherwise, or to entertain friends.

original ways of eating humus:
– Accompanying whole grains: like a sauce.
– Smearing it on a cracker or brown bread as a pâté.
– As dressing for dipping nachos or tortillas or dipping carrots or celery sticks.

Ingredients:
400g cooked chickpeas, 1 tablespoon sesame -tahini- butter (optional), half lemon juice, 1 clove garlic, 1 tablespoon soy sauce, 1 teaspoon rice miso (optional) 2 tablespoons oil olive oil, 3 tablespoons toasted sesame seeds, 1 teaspoon of herbs to taste (parsley, oregano, basil), 3DL unrefined sea salt.

Steps:
– Wash them with cold water.
– Cook the chickpeas with algae covering them with water.
– Shred all ingredients and mix and mash them until the desired consistency.

Here I present a model plate:
60% whole grain (carbohydrates
15% high quality protein (humus)
24% steamed vegetables
1% seeds several, aciete olive and nuts.

Humus love children. It’s a good way to introduce our children legumes.