Social Hummus x Loria Stern: A Sunday Social Club at Silverlake Meadows

Sunday, August 13th, Social Hummus is teaming up with Culinary Artist, Chef and Edible Flower Fairy, Loria Stern. A dream collaborator for Social Hummus that's been a long time— almost 3 years— in the making. Come enjoy at Silverlake Meadows with expert picnic curators, Sunday Social Club and meet some fellow eastside hummus lovers.  

All good if you're feeling like an anti-social hummus. Snag one on your way home or eat it alone in your car, no judgement. 


3 x hummus + 1 bag crackers + Ghia drinks, Date Better snacks, Siesta Co sardines

+ a portion of each basket will support Compton Community Garden.  


Featured chef - August 2023

Loria Stern is the founder & CEO of Eat Your Flowers Bakery, based in LA. Growing up in beautiful Ojai, CA, Loria became fascinated with medicinal and edible plants. Loria’s vibrant edible botanical creations have been featured in VogueThe New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Oprah, & recently on Shark Tank. She is a celebrated baker, chef, botanist, gardener & artist. Using nature as her muse, Loria’s first cookbook Eat Your Flowers was released in Spring 2023. 


Give back program

Chosen by chef Loria Stern, profits from our August drop will benefit Compton Community Garden - a communal effort to directly address ecological & social inequalities in Compton & beyond. All donations go directly to Compton Community Garden's infrastructure, organization, programming, tools, technology and utilities. "We grow organic foods year round rooted in South LA’s soil & community."


Social Hummus is ethically made, cultivated with compassion & community.

Ultra-creamy whipped hummus. Crispy za'atar lavash crackers. Unprocessed, premium ingredients. Women owned. Handcrafted (with joy!) in small batches. Made in Los Angeles.

Chef collaborations push culinary boundaries. Profits are donated to a relevant social cause or charity.

Based on the shared communal experience of eating hummus, we believe in the power of sustainable communities, while emphasizing the intersection of philanthropy, food, art & design.

*WARNING: This hummus will likely ruin all other hummus for you. You may experience yearning for more...and often.


*Social Hummus is plant-based, preservative-free, dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, soy-free & made with heirloom garbanzo beans from Rancho Gordo.

Social Hummus & Za'atar Lavash Crackers are now available for purchase at select locations across LA:

Pickup the creamiest hummus in the game at the cutest grocers in the game. And don't forget to get extra know you'll want them!

Altadena Beverage + Market (Pasadena)

Avocado Toast & Grocery (Delivery)

Botanica (Silverlake)

Layla Bagel (Santa Monica)

Psychic Wines (Silverlake)

LA Homefarm (Glassel Park/Eagle Rock)

The Salt Horse (Laguna Beach)

Vin on Rose (Venice)

Windrose Provisions (San Marino)

Wine + Eggs (Atwater Village)

*Fresh products are delivered weekly on Wed & Thurs and sell out fast! **Selection at individual stores may vary


Past Flavors

See below for a selection of past limited edition & chef collaboration flavors:

The origins of hummus

Although hummus has become a household food staple & universally loved food item, this Middle Eastern spread has a serious history. While the base of this tangy, nutrient-packed dish uses simple & accessible ingredients — chickpeas, sesame paste, lemon juice and garlic — hummus offers nuances depending where you are & who is making it.

Egyptian Arabs, Palestinians, Lebanese, Israelis, Greeks & other Middle Eastern and Mediterranean countries all claim hummus as their own dish. As to where it originally comes from, the earliest mention of the spread dates back to Egypt during the 13th century. Since then, hummus was made all over the Middle East for hundreds of years, before being imported west from the chickpea-growing Arab countries to Greece through centuries of trade. Some great books about the origin of hummus & its complex political implications include: On the Hummus Route: A utopian journey between cities, people, and dreams by Jim Barnes and Hummus: A Global History by Harriet Nussbaum (release 2021).


*Social Hummus is a humanitarian organization, recognizing all humans, regardless of race, religion, gender & background. Please feel free to reach out to us to have a conversation or raise a topic. We just ask that you do so with respect, openness, and inclusivity.