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Is de couscous vegan?

De couscous is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de couscous?

Couscous is a small, granular pasta that is a staple in North African cuisine. It is made from semolina flour, which is moistened and then rolled into tiny, uniform spheres before being dried. When cooked, the couscous expands and becomes light and fluffy. It has a delicate texture and a nutty flavor that complements a variety of dishes. Couscous can be served as a side dish or as a base for stews, tagines, and salads. It is a versatile ingredient that is quick and easy to prepare, making it a popular choice for busy cooks. Whether you're looking for a simple side dish or a complex main course, couscous is a delicious and nutritious choice.

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