Chick Pea Hummus

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Chick Pea Hummus

1 Pound Chick Peas
Water for Soaking
1 Cup Tan Sesame Seeds
1-2 Tablespoons Fresh Garlic Juice
1-2 Tablespoons Lemon Juice
Water for Blending

Place chick peas in a bowl large enough for them to double in size, cover with water & soak for 12 hours. Pour off the water & let the chick peas sprout for 2 days. At the end of first day, soak the sesame seeds 4 hours & sprout for 1 day. Blend chick pea & sesame seed sprouts with enough water to make a thick creamy consistency (approximately half as much as there are sprouts) then add garlic & lemon juice. You may use some immediately & refrigerate the rest for 3-4 days.