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Lil Oct 23, 2006 01:15 AM

Best we've ever had. Who would have thought we'd find it at Costco. Go figure

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  1. phofiend RE: Lil Oct 23, 2006 01:21 AM

    I love the Sabra babaganoush, alas no longer available at Costco. By the way, Sabra has recently raised their prices at least 30%.

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      Steve RE: phofiend Oct 24, 2006 01:34 AM

      Sabra babaganoush is just about the only one I can find without tahini. It is amazing and close to 95% as good as Sacha Finklestajn's in Paris. Also, if you can still find the Spanish style sliced epggplant, get it.

    2. Cpt Wafer RE: Lil Oct 24, 2006 03:35 AM

      I particularly like Sabra "Supremely Spicy" hummus. Anybody else have a favorite?

      1. bitsubeats RE: Lil Oct 24, 2006 05:44 AM

        finally some good hummus. my boyfriend keeps buying the trader joe's brand from of course...trader joes. I keep telling him that it tastes like crap but he just won't listen to me.

        so how much does it cost?

        1. amandine RE: Lil Oct 24, 2006 06:34 AM

          Sabra's is alright... the drawback for me is that I'm not so much a fan of the extra heavy but smooth tahini tacky-ness. I like a lighter, more moist hummus with less tahini. My favorite hummus is from Trader Joe's but it MUST be the ROASTED GARLIC kind. MUST MUST MUST.

          Btw, I found Sabra's at my local Pavillions as well as at Costco.

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            lvecch RE: amandine Oct 25, 2006 07:22 PM

            I agree, I don't love the thickness or the heavy tahini taste either. I'll probably get dissed here, but I like Tribe of Two Sheiks - especially Cracked Chili Pepper and Nicoise Olive.

          2. J T RE: Lil Oct 24, 2006 03:58 PM

            The Luscious Lemon is my fav Sabra flavor. Love the extra zestiness. The Green Olive is also pretty good. I prefer the flavor and texture of the Hummus With Pine Nuts from Meza more than the Sabra version though.

            Anyone tried the Chunky Hummus?

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              Shanna RE: J T Nov 13, 2006 02:12 AM

              I absolutely love Sabra's Hummus. I never really cared for hummus before I found their Go Mediterranean. I love mixing the Luscious Lemon with a can of drained tuna instead of mayo. I also serve it on an endive leaf as an appetizer or snack. Love it spread on pita. Yes, I am an addict. I buy pretty much all the flavors. I don't find them to be thick with a tahini taste at all. I don't care for that.

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              HillJ RE: Lil Oct 24, 2006 08:37 PM

              Love em all, the ver. with pine nuts is good
              Buying a tub of hummus is a bit overkill for me, not to mention the calories..but for a party its great. Costco and several fresh markets carry the line.

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                fara RE: Lil Oct 25, 2006 01:58 PM

                I think it might be called "hannah's" in some areas. I recently posted on the same thing.

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                  aelph RE: Lil Nov 2, 2006 05:30 PM

                  I consider Sabra the bottom of the barrel. I'm also not one for over-tahini-d hummus(unless a certain friend of mine makes it and somehow that genre of hummus, in her hands, rises above). But, the worst offender is the Sabra baba ghanoush---I once took a bite of some and...bleccch! it was so sweet and tasted of mayonaise of all things(why would anyone put mayo in baba ghanoush?)...anyway...so, so bad.

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