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Borgul is basically dried wheat flour after grinding, grinding and tasting. It has been famous since ancient times for the ancient Egyptians in particular. It has high nutritional benefits and values. It is included in the list of complex carbohydrates and is used in many countries of the Mediterranean basin as an alternative to rice. It contains vitamins such as vitamin A, D, and E. These vitamins are antioxidant, and contain important substances such as proteins, starch, and sugary substances, such as iron, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium and manganese. , As well as containing food fibers that help digest food.

Borgul is basically dried wheat flour after grinding, grinding and tasting. It has been famous since ancient times for the ancient Egyptians in particular. It has high nutritional benefits and... read more »
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Bulgur

Borgul is basically dried wheat flour after grinding, grinding and tasting. It has been famous since ancient times for the ancient Egyptians in particular. It has high nutritional benefits and values. It is included in the list of complex carbohydrates and is used in many countries of the Mediterranean basin as an alternative to rice. It contains vitamins such as vitamin A, D, and E. These vitamins are antioxidant, and contain important substances such as proteins, starch, and sugary substances, such as iron, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium and manganese. , As well as containing food fibers that help digest food.

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