The Internet at the Speed of Thought

Pass the Pita: Hot Guys With Hummus

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Chickpeas and Chick Magnets

The internet is good for practically everything.

From research and learning to games and entertainment to less reputable practices, the internet keeps us in contact with our closest friends just as easily as strangers on the other side of the world, and many of us couldn’t live without it.

Of the internet’s many pleasures, who doesn’t love some of today’s biggest online and social media trends, such as eye candy and even real candy or delicious food pictures and videos? Sure, it might sound shallow, but who doesn’t enjoy seeing a cute face, or a charming smile? And more realistically, who doesn’t love the money shot in food videos when they cut into the savory goodness to reveal the cheese filling gushing forward and stringing in all directions like the heaven-sent goodness that it is?

Following these trends, numerous Instagram accounts have popped up that are dedicated to countless and varied combinations of these genres: hot guys with cats, hot guys with puppies, hot guys with pizza… and finally, hot dudes with hummus.

If you love the creamy Mediterranean staple and aren’t perturbed by the sight of some hunky guys, we’ve got just what you’ve been looking for, not to mention some fun hummus facts!

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Source: Instagram @hotdudesandhummus

Get a taste of this…

Hummus Fact #6

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Source: Instagram @hotdudesandhummus

Most food experts agree that hummus is an ancient food originating in Egypt and the Levant, although the earliest known recipes come from the 13th century.

Hummus Fact #5

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Source: Instagram @hotdudesandhummus

With the popularity of hummus growing throughout the world in the 21st century, the Association of Lebanese Industrialists, claiming that other nations like Israel has usurped the popular dish, fought to earn a protected status from the European Commission that would declare hummus a uniquely Lebanese food.

One food journalist dedicated to hummus wrote, “Hummus is a centuries old Arab dish – nobody owns it, it belongs to the region.”