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What does couscous taste like?

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Couscous has a neutral flavor similar to other foods made of wheat like bread.

From: Health Benefits of Couscous WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Boston University Sargent Choice Nutrition Center: “Grain of the Month: Couscous.”

University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture: “Your Complete Guide to Whole Grains.”

USDA FoodData Central: “Couscous," “Organic Whole Wheat Couscous.”

Cleveland Clinic: “Improving Your Health With Fiber.”

Harvard School of Public Health: “Fiber," “The Smart Way to Look at Carbohydrates.”

American Heart Association: “How to Make a Hearty, Healthy Salad.”

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on July 12, 2019

SOURCES:

Boston University Sargent Choice Nutrition Center: “Grain of the Month: Couscous.”

University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture: “Your Complete Guide to Whole Grains.”

USDA FoodData Central: “Couscous," “Organic Whole Wheat Couscous.”

Cleveland Clinic: “Improving Your Health With Fiber.”

Harvard School of Public Health: “Fiber," “The Smart Way to Look at Carbohydrates.”

American Heart Association: “How to Make a Hearty, Healthy Salad.”

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on July 12, 2019

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