With your host busy with multiple hurricane news, a deadly earthquake, Korea, Obamacare, riots in St Louis, etc, the most significant "complaint" you could make was that a recipe that includeshummus and veggies as major ingredients should be called "Veggie Tots with Hummus" rather than "Hummus Vegetable Tots?"
Maybe next you can go into Baskin Robbins and complain Chocolate Chip ice cream is misnamed because it's mostly vanilla with just a small percentage of chips? Then pick on the name brand coconut yogurt I'm eating (it's vanilla, and there's not a significant amount of coconut). And that Cherry Coke I didn't buy (because of the calories, not the name) has almost no cherry - there's mostly sugar and water, so let's rename it Carbonated sugar water with a smattering of cola and cherry flavorings.
If you have some spare time to do something more useful...help some hurricane and earthquake victims instead of worrying about hummus:
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