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Wow...so this is the way to be one of the first to answer these questions: GET UP with the chickens! haha
I got it right but I really thought about the hummus thing! Then I thought: heLLLLo, this is a gardening site--not a cooking one!!
I think the answer should be SUVs. The word sounds like an SUVish kinda thing. The good stuff should have a better sounding name like planaterra or terraplethera or somesuch. Geez the naming guys must have been having a bad hair day when they came up with that name IMHO. Mmmmmmmmm hummmus mmmmmmmm. Now I'm hungry.
Hmm when I play in humus, my hands don't get all smelly and parking lots- - - - there may be a lot of VERBAL humus going on when one can't remember which pile of humus er ah excuse me, SUV is theirs. Now chick peas, that could come closer to the to the other choice.
So I chose the end product after the microbes, bacteria and worms have had their share of the peas and poop. He He he he
Didn't have the remotest idea what just exactly humus was but after reading the list of "possibles" did manage to get it right. For all I knew it was manure which was the only other thing "garden wise". Strike up another one for luck.
That is a tricky question because hummus can also be spelled humus and both be technically correct as the spread from chickpeas. I had to look it up once for a chickpea dip that I thought for sure had made a typo.
WooHoo, I knew this one! I used to work at a vegetarian coffee house, and all sorts of people would get confused when they'd see hummus on the menu. I can't tell you how many times I had to explain the difference between hummus and humus. And I got in trouble with the owner for telling people how easy it is to make homemade hummus. Guess he thought no one would order it if they could make it at home! I make it with my preschool class every time we study seeds and beans, and most of them like it. Whatever they don't eat, we feed to my sons and the jr. high son of my teacher's aide. They just gobble it up!
Then again, they've probably all eaten their fair share of humus, too. ;o)
A humus dirt is good for you. Supposedly contains a lot of B12. That's probably why young children are all so healthy.
Hummus is good, too. I even taught my husband to like it in spite of the fact that he absolutely hates beans!