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Concrete Dip
If your hummus or black bean dip is so thick a tortilla chip breaks when you try to scoop some up, there's one thing you should do first: Let the spread warm up if it isn't at room temperature; it might just be too cold. If you want it lighter still, thin it out by whisking in a drizzle of olive oil or, as Lahey has done with lima bean hummus, incorporate some lemon juice and water until the consistency is where you want it to be.
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