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Couscoussier vs Stackable Steamer

charbelcher | Jan 6, 201503:01 AM     2

I'm getting into Middle Eastern food and upgrading my cookware in general. Right now I don't have a good way to cook couscous (and no easy way to rig up a colander).

Looking at couscoussiers online has me doubting the specialization of these simple steamers. Is there anything a couscoussier does that a steamer piece with small enough holes would not do just as well?

I'm looking at this stackable steamer (and the saucepot to match). Is it not ideal for the job?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000GT8...

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