Peanutty Thai Curry Hummus

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This Peanutty Thai Curry Hummus is full of some of my favorite Thai flavors: peanut, coconut, garlic, ginger, fish sauce, and fresh lime!

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It was the strangest thing. I woke up on a day like any other…ate my regular breakfast, did my normal workout, showered, replied to a few emails, and headed to the fridge for a post-workout snack. I grabbed what I saw first, hummus and a carrot. Happy as a lark, I dunked the carrot into the hummus, only to discover that I was over it.

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