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DURU Coarse Bulgur w/ Vermicelli 1kg

Coarse bulgur with vermicelli is a mix of roasted vermicelli and coarse bulgur. It contains 25% roasted vermicelli and 75% coarse bulgur. It is delicious time saving bulgur for busy bulgur lovers.
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