- Grano-Golden Pearled Durum
- #1 Fine Traditional Bulgur
- #2 Medium Traditional Bulgur
- #3 Coarse Traditional Bulgur
- #4 Extra Coarse Traditional Bulgur
- 2/3 Blend Traditional Bulgur
- #5 Half Cuts Traditional Bulgur
- Whole Kernel Traditional Bulgur
- Whole Wheat Berries
- Pearled Wheat (ND)
- #1 Fine Dark Brown Bulgur
- #3 Coarse Dark Brown Bulgur
- #1 Fine Organic Bulgur Wheat
- #3 Coarse Organic Bulgur Wheat
- Organic Whole Kernel Bulgur
- Organic Pearled Soft White Wheat
- #1 Fine Organic KAMUT® Khorasan Bulgur Wheat
- #3 Coarse Organic KAMUT® Khorasan Bulgur Wheat
- Organic Whole Kernel KAMUT® Khorasan Bulgur Wheat
- #1 Fine Organic Farro Bulgur
- #3 Coarse Organic Farro Bulgur
- Organic Whole Kernel Farro Bulgur
- #1 Fine Organic Freekeh Bulgur
- #3 Coarse Organic Freekeh Bulgur
- Organic Roasted Freekeh Couscous
- Organic Roasted Farro Couscous
- Organic Roasted Kamut® Khorasan Couscous
About Bulgur Wheat
Bulgur is a quick-cooking form of whole wheat that has been cleaned, parboiled, dried, ground into particles and sifted into distinct sizes. Bulgur is a nutritious, versatile wheat product with a pleasant, nut-like flavor and an extended shelf-life that allows it to be stored for long periods. Sunnyland Mills' four distinct grind sizes as well as whole kernel provide different textures and cooking properties for a variety of food applications. The result is a nutritious, versatile wheat product with a pleasant, nut-like flavor and an extended shelf-life that allows it to be stored for long periods. Bulgur is high in fiber and rich in B vitamins, iron, phosphorus and manganese. See the Livestrong website reference to bulgur by clicking here.
Often confused with cracked wheat, bulgur differs in that it has been pre-cooked. For a humorous cartoon description of the steps involved in making bulgur wheat, click here. In contrast to cracked wheat, bulgur is ready to eat with minimal cooking or, after soaking in water or broth, can be mixed with other ingredients without further cooking. Bulgur can be used in recipes calling for converted rice (and it's more nutritious than rice).
The many spellings of bulgur can be confusing too: bulgar, bulghur, burghul, just to name a few! But no matter how you spell it, Sunnyland Mill's product is still the same nutritious natural food.
For detailed color photos of Sunnyland Mills' bulgur wheat products visit our Product List page.