Couscous

Couscous is a North African grain that dates back more than seven centuries. Originally made from millet, couscous granules are now usually made by rolling moistened, coarsely ground semolina wheat into small balls, which are then coated with finely ground wheat flour. Couscous is among the healthiest grain-based products. It has a superior vitamin profile to pasta, containing twice as much riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B6, and folate while remaining low in fat, making it a desirable alternative to other high-carbohydrate dishes. Couscous contains no cholesterol and since it has a significan..

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