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From couscous to kasha reporting from the field of Jewish community work by Seymour Epstein

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Published by Urim in Jerusalem, New York .
Written in English


  • Epstein, Seymour, -- 1946-,
  • American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee -- Biography,
  • Jews -- Public welfare -- History -- 20th century -- Biography,
  • Jews -- Charities -- History -- 20th century,
  • Jews -- Education -- History -- 20th century,
  • Jews -- Social conditions -- History -- 20th century

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Edition Notes

StatementSeymour Epstein (Epi).
LC ClassificationsHV3190 .E67 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination171 p. :
Number of Pages171
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23538491M
ISBN 109655240177
ISBN 109789655240177
LC Control Number2009352029

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A: Couscous is a pasta made from semolina flour mixed with water. The process of making couscous used to be extremely labor-intensive, requiring hours of drying in the sun, but most couscous today Author: Food Network Kitchen. Couscous also has a higher glycemic index than other whole grains, weighing in at 65, while brown rice has a GI of 50 and bulgur Diabetics may be better off choosing lower glycemic index foods. In the English language, kasha is a term for the pseudocereal Central and Eastern Europe, especially in Belarus, the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine, kasha is a dish made of any kind of grains boiled in water or milk, i.e. a porridge.. The largest gross consumption per capita is in Russia, with 15 kg (33 lb) per year followed by Ukraine, with 12 kg (26 lb) per Main ingredients: Cereal (buckwheat, wheat, . Add the couscous and continue to sauté until the onion and couscous are browned. Stir in the kasha, broth, salt, and pepper. Reduce the heat to medium, cover, and simmer until the broth has been absorbed and the couscous and kasha are tender serve.