Cedar Couscous MED
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Couscous is technically not a grain, but a staple pasta dish of steamed balls made from crushed durum wheat semolina. While originated in North Africa, couscous is now used world over. It provides a reasonable amount of carbohydrate along with some fiber and protein but misses out on the nutrients provided by grains. Sizes may range from fine to medium to large, dependent upon the country whose cuisine is represented -- large Israeli, fine Moroccan for example. Couscous and rice share similarities in way of preparation and can be substituted one for the other.