Yes....flavor like you would oatmeal. I love mine with raisins, I put them in the pot at the end just before covering the pan with the lid and let them steam with the bulgur. Of course you could use any fruit you like. Chopped apple & nuts are good too.
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I think I will give that a try as well, getting tired of oats and cream of wheat.
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I reheat it all the time...it comes out just fine!
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So on Saturday I decided to get and try bulgur as opposed to my usual steel cut oats. It was great! It doesn't have the "slime" associated with my other oat meals. The flavor is really good and I didn't need to add much to made it super yummy!
So my question is can I make it in large batches and re-heat it like the steel cut oats or will it get gross?
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