I'll start . . . Pereg's Israeli Couscous. It's not some fake couscous concocted from potato and tapioca starch; it's the real deal. Real Israeli couscous. They explain on the box that it's made in the same process at matzo, i.e., as quickly, the mixing machines are stopped every 18 minutes to be cleaned, etc. It has the OU-P, so I was game to try it. In truth, I buy very few packaged goods, boxes, mixes, and the like over Pesach, but this was intriguing, so I gave it a shot. A bit pricey, but if you really miss a real pasta product during Pesach, this is definitely for you.