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I once rented a house with that, and a lot more from the mid to late sixties on the record shelves; a couscoussier in the kitchen; a Moroccan threshing sledge, which I've also seen described as a 'harrow', and a half skeleton in a nicely made wooden box, with an address opposite the Br*tish Museum stamped on the lid, in the sitting room.
Now all you need is a real couscoussier kittie says:
Set aside. ok, she goes through a whole long process here of cooking the couscous in a couscoussier, I don't know about you but I don't have one.
The couscous grain is made from semolina and is prepared by being repeatedly steamed in a special pot called a couscoussier.
The couscous grain is made from semolina (ground durum wheat) and is ideally prepared by being repeatedly steamed in a special pot called a couscoussier.
You can use a pot with a steamer insert, a stainless steel Thai fish steamer or you can buy a couscoussier from Sur La Table or an onlne vendor if you can’t find a vendor near you.