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Takeaway Tuesday: The Hummus & Pita Co.

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I love breakfast but I always get the same meal over and again. Yes pancakes and scrambled eggs are amazing but sometimes it’s nice to break up the monotony of that and try something new.

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The Hummus & Pita Co. has been making a name for themselves in so far as offering Mediterranean style food. The Mediterranean diet usually focuses on consuming fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, while limiting red meat to a few times a month, fish and poultry twice weekly, a moderate intake of red wine and using olive oil.
Research has shown that eating this way can help to reduce the risk of heart disease, it has been linked to reducing cancer, as well incidences of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases. Now just pair all that with exercise and watch your body become Mykonos ready.

Trying new things can be daunting especially if you are unsure of what to order so here are several of their new morning choices worth giving a try.

For a truly delectable experience ditch your sunny side up eggs for a day and try the Greek Omelette with Feta and Grilled veggies. Calories 385

If you like having turnovers opt for a Börek.
It is baked pastry made with flaky phyllo. It is served filled with cheeses such as feta, sirene or kaşar; minced meat, or vegetables. It is then topped with sesame seeds. Keep it light on calories by holding the cheese. Calories 206

If you are the type that loves an egg and cheese on a roll switch to the Sabich.
It’s a whole wheat pita stuffed with eggplant, cucumber, tomato salad, a hard boiled and tahini. Calories 418

Skip your typical scrambled eggs and try the Arabic Omelette Platter.
It comes with a healthy serving of mixed veggies, Parsley and served with chopped salad and hummus. Calories 216

If you like hollandaise sauces then try the Shakshouka.
It’s poached eggs poached served in a sauce of tomatoes, and chili pepper. Calories 272

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