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OP said they were sure there was cheese in it. As weird as it is to find cheese in hummus, please don't insinuate OP was making assumptions here. Also, even though it is allowed on this stack to offer frame-challenge answers, we expect them to come with explanation on why OP shouldn't pursue their original goal. Would you mind editing your answer accordingly?
[...] Would you be so kind as to edit your answer and explain how Noon can let her aunt know that the food wasn't vegan?
From Warlord 099:
Can you explain your reasoning as to why telling her you didn't like the taste of the food is an appropriate response? I am concerned that it could still hurt her feelings because you didn't like something she put effort into buying/preparing. How do you propose OP can avoid that outcome?
So in my reading of it, this is the section of your answer that actually addresses the "How do I communicate" aspect:
If was some sort of cheese (very unlikely for hummus unless it was feta)...lie. Just tell her you didn't like that brand or flavor and try something new. It's already in the past so bringing it up again won't accomplish much.
There are two big problems:
- There's no explanation of why this is a good idea.
- There's no explanation of how this accomplishes OP's goal of communicating the mistake to her aunt so that the aunt doesn't make the same mistake in the future.
Note that we require answers to be backed up and include some sort of explanation as to why you think this will accomplish OP's goals. As the comments above noted, you haven't done that. What makes your answer credible? Have you done this before? Do you have a solid line of reasoning that led you to the conclusion that this is the best solution? Why do you believe this will result in the aunt not accidentally buying non-vegan hummus again? For that matter, why will this not hurt the aunt's feelings? While these things may seem obvious to you, they're not in your answer.
If you're attempting to frame challenge, you still need to address the actual question. See the FAQ entry on frame challenges, which links to this post. It's not okay to say "I think your goal is bad, so don't do it." What you can do is say "I think your proposed method is bad because of [insert reasons here], so instead you should accomplish your goal by [alternate method here]."
This was something Tinkeringbell mentioned as well:
A frame challenge would still have as a result that Noon in some way communicates to their aunt that they mistakenly bought something not vegan, your answer doesn't address that.
Side note: I see you said that you responded to Warlord 099 in a previous comment, but comments are not considered part of an answer - if you think the comment explained your reasons, it should be edited into your answer.