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The team at What's Good at Trader Joe's reviews edamame hummus

What's Good at Trader Joe's?

Trader Joe’s Edamame Hummus

Nathan Rodgers, his wife Sonia, and their friend Russ Shelly and his wife Sandy set out almost two years ago to review the cult grocer's some 4,500 products for their site What's Good at Trader Joe's?, and so far they've covered more than 300 products. While the reviewers are fans of Trader Joe's, they take reviewing seriously — their first review was even negative. Here's their process:

• They rate products on a scale of one to 10, 10 being the best.

• For any post, two people rate the product.

• Reviewers give their overall impression and up to five points each.

For Russ, Sonia, Shelly, and Sandy, Trader Joe's Edamame Hummus fell into the category of Unusual Finds. Noted Russ, "There’s a lot you’ll see at Trader Joe’s that you just won’t readily see somewhere else. Needless to say, there are more homeruns than strikeouts, so we’re always on the lookout." Here's their take on the product:

Trader Joe’s Edamame Hummus (8.5/10 points)

A unique take on the classic formula, the edamame hummus certainly tastes the part while retaining a smooth, creamy texture. It’s even better when matched with the TJ Quinoa and Black Bean Infused Tortilla Chips, or perhaps Trader Joe's Falafel Chips. Read more about this product on What's Good at Trader Joe's?

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Arthur Bovino is The Daily Meal's executive editor. Follow Arthur on Twitter.


25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.

25 Discontinued Trader Joe&rsquos Items That Should Come Back

Baby come back. Any kind of fool could see. There was something in everything about you.

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

At first, you think they are just out that day. So, you return later in the week. But there, on the shelf where it has always been, nothing. Or even worse, a product that is similar but slightly different. Case in point, the Thai Lemongrass Chili Peanuts. Apparently, they now make a cashew version, but the peanuts, discontinued ten years ago, were a next-level snack, and are missed by many to this day.

WATCH: The Best and Worst Olive Oil from the Grocery Store

I polled some groups on Facebook asking who was missing particular items. In one day, I got so many responses I had to create a spreadsheet to keep up with them. One friend said, “I use a lot of Trader Joe’s stuff as building blocks for dinners, and when they take something away, I really have to scramble.”

Here are the top 25 items people are missing the most, divided into categories. And just in case someone from Trader Joe’s is reading this: you could make a lot of people happy if you would consider rebooting some of these long gone, but not forgotten, treats.

No one makes a dip like Trader Joe’s, and no one is quicker to pull them the moment everyone is addicted. Here are the top heartbreaks:

  1. Herbed Brie Dip. Jamie says “It was seasonal, and then discontinued. I literally teared up when they told me.”
  2. Masala Lentil Dip. Caren and others remember it wistfully as having “The perfect amount of kick, and it was non-dairy. A great alternative to hummus.”
  3. The Three Layer Hummus left a big hole for many. Gabbie said “The cilantro layer was divine.” and Laura “loved having a variety of hummus in one container.”
  4. There was a big outcry over the Roasted Garlic Salsa, which several people touted as having the perfect amount of garlic.
  5. Cauliflower Cheese and Onion Dip. It was a riff on the classic spinach artichoke heat-and-eat dip, which they still carry, but several people said the cauliflower version was better and their parties haven’t been the same.