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Is cooked bulgur vegan?

Cooked bulgur is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cooked bulgur?

Cooked bulgur is a versatile and nutritious ingredient made from whole wheat grains that have been partially cooked and dried, then crushed or ground. It has a light, nutty flavor and a texture similar to couscous or quinoa. With a low glycemic index and high fiber content, bulgur is an excellent choice for those seeking a healthy and filling meal option. It can be used in a variety of dishes, from salads and pilafs to veggie burgers and meatballs, and can also serve as a gluten-free substitute for rice or pasta. Its quick cooking time and ability to absorb flavors make it a staple in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine.

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