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Bulgur wheat

Bulgur wheat has been a staple in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines for centuries. With a distinct nutty flavor and chewy texture, it cooks relatively quickly compared to other whole grains and is commonly used in salads, pilafs, and stuffing. It is a key ingredient in traditional Middle Eastern dishes like tabbouleh and can also be used as a filling for vegetarian or meat-based dishes.

Bulgur wheat is actually not a full whole grain, as it’s Durum wheat with the harder bran removed, then partially cooked in a process called “parboiled.” Parboiled grains are pre-cooked, making Bulgur wheat a good option when you need a fast meal.

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