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  1. Monica Soto

    I’m going to have to try this. I love all of those things, never thought of them combined though! I like your name for it and I’m surprised I pronounced the title right in my head instantly, lol.

  2. Vegan Piggy

    Wow, this sounds great! And what a great way to jam it pack full of nutritious goodness. Yum 🙂 I’ll try this as soon as I have everything on hand 🙂

  3. Lori

    I LOVE the name of this post- and your creation! 🙂 Sounds delicious, too! That needs to be a “must-make” to add to my list of dishes! Yum.

  4. bitt

    greens in hummus? i’m all for it! so creative.

  5. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    So green! I bet that’s awesome smeared all over a sandwich.

  6. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    That sounds so interesting, but really good!

  7. Simply Life

    oh that dip sounds delicious!

  8. Michelle

    Very interesting! I would have never dreamed of putting all these things together, but it sounds like it works. I agree, it would be perfect for a Halloween party. I’ll have to try this for sure!! :o)

  9. Chocolate-Covered Katie

    Oh girl, I love your title! Too cute 🙂

  10. Ela

    ‘swampy celadon snack’ – I love that as much as or more than the title of the post! Sounds like a great variation on a loved recipe.

    I hope it was as delectable as it was weird.

    love
    Ela

  11. tashase

    Interesting, I like hummus and Guac, but I do not know about Edamame. I have never had it.

  12. Hannah

    Firstly, this looks like a magnificent way for me to sneak some not-much-liked avocado into my life. If only it was easy to find edamame here…

    Secondly, I think I was channeling you yesterday. Out of the blue, I got the most intense craving for chickpeas, and ended up walking over the road to buy a can which I promptly drained, rinsed, and ate straight.

    And now I want another.

    Mmm…

  13. miss v

    i love it! and i totally agree that you could make it work as halloween treat.
    i love alyana’s post for making it a sammie spread. going to have to try that one for sure!

  14. Jill - Vegan Backpacker

    Sounds so good! There is a new edamame hummus made with lemongrass and ginger available in Canadian supermarkets and I can’t wait to try to recreate it at home. It looks kinda weird but tastes awesome.

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