Posted by: Sandy Steinman | July 25, 2019

Your Hummus Habit Could Be Good For The Earth 

NPR’s  column “The Salt” reports

Hummus is having a heyday with American consumers, and that could be as good for the soil as it is for our health.

Garbanzo beans “fix their own nitrogen from the atmosphere, leaving extra stores of the nutrient in the soil for future crops to consume” and “don’t rely on chemical fertilizers”

Read full story at Your Hummus Habit Could Be Good For The Earth : The Salt : NPR


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