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Burghul (Arabic: برغل, romanized: burġul, lit.'groats') is a cereal food made from wheat.[1] It is sometimes called bulgur. It is very popular in Middle Eastern, North African, Armenian, Lebanese, Moroccan, and Tunisian cuisines. It is made for couscous.

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  1. "Definition of BULGUR". www.merriam-webster.com. Retrieved 2020-08-15.