Bulgar Wheat Coarse
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Wheat was domesticated in theÂ Fertile CrescentÂ in ancient times, and it is thought that bulgur has a similarly ancient history. It is known to have been used inÂ ancient GreeceÂ and theÂ ancient Middle EastÂ and is mentioned inÂ Old TestamentÂ literature. Bulgur remains an important ingredient in Middle Eastern cuisine and is also common in India and the Balkan states. It is the main ingredient inÂ tabbouleh (a salad of bulgur, tomatoes, onions, and herbs) andÂ kibbehÂ (ground meat patties with onions and spices). Since the early 1900s, bulgur has grown in popularity as a health and gourmet food in the United States and western Europe.