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From the SCCC Kitchen: Israeli couscous salad capitalizes on garden bounty

Schenectady County Community College’s Lois Keefrider says Israeli couscous salad is “great for the end of season because all the vegetables are coming into harvest.”
Schenectady County Community College’s Lois Keefrider says Israeli couscous salad is “great for the end of season because all the vegetables are coming into harvest.”
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“From the SCCC Kitchen” offers tastes from Schenectady County Community College’s culinary arts program. The word “couscous” is easy to pronounce. Just say “koos-koos.” Lois Keefrider’s couscous salad is easy to make. And it comes with a garden full of vegetables. “Couscous is pasta,” Keefrider said. “Israeli couscous is larger balls that hold their shape well. It’s kind of like a barley, but it is a pasta. It’s got a nice, chewy texture to it.” ...

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