Couscous varieties

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Two new-to-us varieties of couscous are turning up pn menus across the country. Both are made from the same processed semolina as Moroccan couscous amd are toasted and round the Israeli version is the size of peppercorns; the larger Lebanese couscous, also sold as Mograbeyeh or Mougjrabiye, is the size of petite peas. Israeli couscous can be mislabeled as Mograbeyeh, so check the size when buying. Both can be found at Middle Eastern groceries or mail-ordered from: Kalustyan New York City (212) 685-3451 Food and Wine April 1995

Submitted By DIANE LAZARUS On 04-18-95

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