It's MIAphysite hummus, and is composed of chick peas and olive oil. It may seem like two distinct ingredients, but in actuality it is one composite pair of ingredients.*
It should have said "too Coptic", to emphasize his dislike of us pesky Coptic Monophysite heretics. '
Monophysite hummus is disgusting. They mix the ingredients the wrong way.
Monophysite hummus has only one ingredient in it.
*Based minasoliman's "miafist" joke.
Is it then correct to describe such hummus as an "oily and legumic spread," or is it, properly speaking, only an "oily spread," with the phrase "oily and legumic" resembling too closely the Nestorian recipe, wherein one actually finds two spreads in the same jar?
The two can be distinguished, but only "en theoria." Lest we hack asunder the hummusic union into two!
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