Chickpeas with amaranth and sesame seed, a cube of stock and chilis (today, included szechuan peppercorn). Extremely good with extremely little effort (beyond sourcing the amaranth and soaking the chickpeas beforehand, but these things become habit)


Hmm curious: "From 1968 to 2005,[15] the United States Food and Drug Administration banned the importation of Sichuan peppercorns because they were found to be capable of carrying citrus canker (as the tree is in the same family, Rutaceae, as the genus Citrus). This bacterial disease, which is very difficult to control, could potentially harm the foliage and fruit of citrus crops in the U.S. It was never an issue of harm in human consumption."

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