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to think houmous isn't that posh?

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newmummytobe79 Fri 19-Oct-12 16:36:29

Friend made a tongue in cheek comment about a few of my friends babies eating houmous from weaning age.

I love houmous, therefore get to eat my babies scraps smile and have a stinky little friend along the way wink

Seriously - is it still considered as a 'posh' food?

usualsuspect3 Fri 19-Oct-12 16:37:48

No it's not posh, they even sell it in Asda shock

It's horrible though grin

freddiefrog Fri 19-Oct-12 16:38:48

Posh - no
Revolting - yes

MrsKeithRichards Fri 19-Oct-12 16:38:55

Since when has it been posh?

usualsuspect3 Fri 19-Oct-12 16:39:44

It looks like it was scraped out of a babies nappy.

ObiWan Fri 19-Oct-12 16:39:54

I can't imagine that anyone has ever thought of houmous as being posh grin.

BananaBubbles Fri 19-Oct-12 16:40:00

It's just food. It isn't at all posh imho,just food,that tastes and looks like cat sick. I don't think of any food as being 'posh',unless one is sitting down to a plate of platinum encrusted zebra eggs perhaps.

Seabright Fri 19-Oct-12 16:40:34

I have only just discovered it. And discovered how easy it is to make! My DD loves it, but thinks it's called "Thomas" not "hummous"

sooperdooper Fri 19-Oct-12 16:41:16

It's not posh, it only costs about a quid a tub, how can it be? It's the same price as sour cream and chive dip, that's not posh! ;)

ObiWan Fri 19-Oct-12 16:42:17

I must admit, I'm not keen on feeding it to the baby if I have to spend much time with them afterwards. Gralic breath right in your face is grim.

AllYoursBaBOOshkAHH Fri 19-Oct-12 16:42:38

I read that as "To think houmous isn't nail polish"

<tired>

newmummytobe79 Fri 19-Oct-12 16:42:46

smile I thought not! (said in my most posh voice I'll av you know!)

Seabright - I love your post - I think I'll rename it Thomas in our house too! smile

ENormaSnob Fri 19-Oct-12 16:42:47

Definitely not posh.

claraschu Fri 19-Oct-12 16:44:29

Hummous is delicious. I love middle-Eastern food.

PropertyNightmare Fri 19-Oct-12 16:44:36

It's not even remotely posh. I've seen working class people wearing Super Dry jackets and Crocs buying it in Morrisons. Plus my sister tells a story of a man she knows who lives in a council house and apparently he loves carrot sticks dipped in humous.

EthelredOnAGoodDay Fri 19-Oct-12 16:46:29

It's not posh, but people who maybe don't eat a wide variety of food, (older people? people who like fairly plain food?) would maybe eat it? When we were weaning DD she loved home made guacamole, and a few people (parents and older friends) were a bit 'ooh, get you giving your 6 month old guacamole...' confused

Like someone up-thread said, it ain't quails eggs and caviar....

simbo Fri 19-Oct-12 16:46:55

Not posh, and my kids love it. Ultimate convenience food.

EthelredOnAGoodDay Fri 19-Oct-12 16:47:05

Maybe not eat it...

Seabright Fri 19-Oct-12 16:47:19

Newmummy - Excellent. Thankfully, she doesn't have a little friend of the same name, which might be awkward.

Any suggestions on Tzatziki (my total fave dip)?

newmummytobe79 Fri 19-Oct-12 16:47:28

Therefore I am not being unreasonable smile

One does love being right, one does wink

lljkk Fri 19-Oct-12 16:47:30

It's scruffy hippy food, no? (Speaking as a scruffy ecofreak myself)

dashoflime Fri 19-Oct-12 16:48:59

Lots of things are not expensive or nice but are nevertheless cultural markers of middle classness. Hummous is one of them. YABU

Fakebook Fri 19-Oct-12 16:50:14

I don't think its posh. DD hates it though :O(

GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Fri 19-Oct-12 16:50:34

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Latara Fri 19-Oct-12 16:50:53

Hoummous isn't posh. It's Turkish food that lots of people eat.

Oh. Sorry i don't mean that Turkish people aren't posh (although my Turkish neighbours are definitely un-posh.)

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