Cous cous is a traditionally Middle Eastern dish. It is made of seminola and is cooked by steaming. Cous cous has a great texture and is filling and versatile. Even though it’s cooked like a grain, it’s considered a pasta and the size of the balls will vary by style.
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How to Cook Cous Cous
I like iced tea way more than drinking water. I have quite a few reusable pitchers that are continuously brewing iced tea for me to enjoy. Fortunately, iced tea also comes with quite a few health benefits, making it a great alternative to water compared to coffee, sugary juices or sodas. The temperature of the tea doesn’t impact the benefits, so feel free to enjoy your tea hot or iced.
4 Health Benefits of Drinking Iced Tea
Tea contains vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants. These all benefit your body and give you en edge over water. Continue reading
Houseplants aren’t just for looks, they have a lot of benefits for you and your family! Houseplants actively purify the air in your home and add oxygen to your life. Growing plants indoors is also healthy in the wintertime, when rain and cold turn lush plants into skeletons. Looking at green plants indoors helps prolong life and add happiness. If you or anyone you know struggles with asthma, purifying the air in your home is easily done with certain houseplants. Here are some of the best.
10 Best Indoor Plants to Purify Air
1. English Ivy (Hedera helix).
2. Peace lily (Spathiphyllum).