Sabra Hummus

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In this week's special Fourth of July issue, Saki Knafo looks at the Americanization of one of the Middle East's most traditional dishes: hummus. Elsewhere in the issue, we feature a photo essay of Americans as seen from the backs of their t-shirts. And we've gone all in on features about America's culinary traditions from clambakes and cocktails to ice cream and a survey of American foods that, alas, aren't really American.
Saki Knafo joins Ahmed to discuss what Sabra's intent to make their hummus more mainstream is really all about.
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CHICAGO (AP) -- DePaul University officials say a referendum that sought to have the hummus brand currently served on campus