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Couscous is made from durum wheat (a hard type of wheat that is also used to make pasta) which is moistened with water, then rolled in small balls and steamed. It's a staple food in the north African countries that border the Mediterranean Sea including Morocco and Tunisia, and is traditionally served in a big bowl and topped with various kinds of vegetable, fish, and bean stews. Couscous can also be added to salads, used to thicken soups and it can be mixed with fruit and other ingredients to make wonderful sweet desserts.Choose the instant variety of couscous which only takes about five minutes to prepare.

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