What is "couscous"? Is it common food in America?
Couscous is originally a North African dish made from tiny steamed balls of semolina flour. Many people think of and treat it like a grain, similar to rice, but it is a actually a type of pasta. Couscous has become very popular worldwide, including America, as a healthy alternative to rice and pasta as it has fewer calories and carbohydrates and has more fiber than white rice.
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