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Is boulghour cuit vegan?

Boulghour cuit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is boulghour cuit?

Boulghour cuit, also known as cooked bulgur, is a versatile and nutritious ingredient commonly used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Made from whole wheat kernels that have been parboiled, dried, and then cracked into small pieces, boulghour cuit has a slightly nutty and chewy texture that adds a satisfying bite to salads, soups, and pilafs. It is rich in fiber, protein, and essential nutrients like iron and magnesium, making it a healthy and filling option for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Whether used as a base for tabbouleh, stuffed in peppers or used in hearty stews, boulghour cuit is a delicious and healthy addition to any meal.

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