Life didn’t dump lemons on Jenna Kranz’s doorstep. Instead it was tahini—a whole bunch of it, so she made hummus.
“A neighbor, who was a food distributor, gave me the tahini,” recalls Jenna. “She said, ‘Can you figure out what to do with this?’” Friends told Jenna it was the best hummus they’d ever tasted, so she got the idea of selling it at the farmer’s market. That plan stalled because she was living in Florida at the time and regulations prohibited people from selling hummus made at home. She brainstormed some other ideas and found that granola was acceptable. “Truth be told, I’d never made granola,” she says. (go HERE to return to the Sweet & Savory main page)
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