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    Couscous: Good Carb/Bad Carb?

    need something thats quick and easy for when im dashing out and was wondering how does couscous fair on the good carb bad carb scale please?

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    Yes.

    Good source of carbohydrates, whole grain, and an appreciable amount of protein. I used to eat the stuff all the time, 'till I got tired of it and discovered the joy of the sweet potato.
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    ahh theres some debate that couscous is broken down into sugars faster than rice or oats... whole grain should be alright though
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    Originally Posted by Seraph621 View Post
    Good source of carbohydrates, whole grain, and an appreciable amount of protein. I used to eat the stuff all the time, 'till I got tired of it and discovered the joy of the sweet potato.
    It's not whole grain, it's durham semolina, made from whole grain.
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