(1) If someone offers you hummus which is either dry or gritty, they do not know how to make it. Do not eat this; instead, pour it into buckets and use it to stabilize lighter objects during windstorms.
(2) Falafel is not, under any circumstances, baked. If someone offers you a baked falafel, they are attempting to trick you: it is actually a golf ball which has been painted brown. Do not eat this. Actual falafel can be recognized by having recently been deep-fried.
(3) Pitas are a kind of bread, and should have recognizably bread-like properties such as being soft, having little air bubbles within the dough, and being openable to form a pocket on the inside. If someone offers you a pita which is less than 8mm thick and/or is hard (and remember to carry your pita calipers!), then check its shape. If it is anything other than a circle, you are seeing pita chips, which are something you can make out of pitas that are too stale to eat. If it is a circle, then what you have encountered is actually a frisbee.
I hope this helps you recognize common foodstuffs. For further information, I offer you this instructional video by Remy, who's all about that paste, 'bout that paste, that hummus.
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