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Kate Moss addicted to hummus

London, Jan 29 (IANS) Supermodel Kate Moss has developed an addiction to Arabic food dip called hummus.

Jan 28 2013, 12:59pm CST | by

Kate Moss addicted to hummus
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London, Jan 29 — Supermodel Kate Moss has developed an addiction to Arabic food dip called hummus.

According to source, the 39-year-old catwalk queen can't get enough of the chickpea dip at posh restaurant Limonia in Primrose Hill, north London, reports dailystar.co.uk.

She is said to have also arranged for the chef to give her hummus-making lessons in her home.

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