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  • n. Alternative spelling of bulgur.

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  • Also known as bulgar, bulgour, or burghul, this very versatile food, is believed to have been first eaten in the Euphrates Valley as far back as 5000 BC.

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  • Bulgur, also called bulgar, bulghul, or bulghur, is the staple of Middle Eastern cooking.

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  • And for those who take issue with rice, pilafs can be made with all kinds of grains, chewy, wheat berries, nutty bulgar, tiny calcium-rich amaranth and protein-packed pearls of quinoa.

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  • • Turn off heat and in same skillet mix until coated:• ¼ cup soy grits• ¾ cup bulgar or buckwheat groats.• 1 beaten egg.

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  • Sahadi's is much bigger and is great for finding unusual olive oils, cheeses and for buying prepared foods like creamy hummus and kibbes made from lamb, beef, bulgar and pine nuts (and their olive bar is super cheap, too).

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  • Tuesday: lemon and honey chicken, from a Waitrose recipe - although I served it with cous cous and spinach rather than the bulgar wheat and parsley suggested.

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  • And if you eat bulgar wheat and steak drink a hell of a lot of water.

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  • You can grab a local speciality – kibbeh burghul (balls of meat, pistachios and bulgar flour) – and wash it down with fresh pomegranate juice; you can have a haircut and get measured for a wedding or a funeral; you can buy timeless fashion accessories such as Kurdish pants – they grip your ankles but allow plenty of air to move above with four yards of heavy woollen cloth in the waist.

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  • Sahadi's is much bigger and is great for finding unusual olive oils, cheeses and for buying prepared foods like creamy hummus and kibbes made from lamb, beef, bulgar and pine nuts and their olive bar is super cheap, too.

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  • Kalyn -- You know, I don't think I've ever had bulgar.

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