Bulgur is an edible cereal grain made from dried, cracked wheat - it has a similar consistency to couscous or quinoa.
It is usually parboiled, or partially cooked, so that it can be prepared relatively quickly. Bulgur is considered a whole grain, meaning that the entire wheat kernel — including the germ, endosperm and bran — is eaten.
Bulgur originated in the Mediterranean and can be traced back thousands of years. To this day, it’s a staple ingredient in many Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes.
Because bulgur is a fiber-rich whole grain, it may have a positive impact on heart health, weight loss, blood sugar control and digestive health.
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