Trying to figure out where to find bulgur in the grocery store? Here are the aisles you should be checking...
We'll also tell you which stores are most likely to carry it...
Which Grocery Store Aisle Is Bulgur In?
The aisle with grains and rice is the best place to start looking for bulgur. Look around the shelves with specialty grains and soup mixes.
The baking and health food aisles are also good places to check. If you're not seeing it in these areas, check the international aisle by Middle Eastern, Latin and Mediterranean products.
You can also look for bulgur in the bulk section of the grocery store. But if you're having a hard time finding it, check our store guide below...
What Stores Sell Bulgur?
- Amazon - Amazon has plenty of bulgur options. Search for bulk deals to save a little money.
- Walmart - Look for brands like Bob's Red Mill in the grain aisle at Walmart. If you're looking for a specific product, try using the store locator on the company website.
- Whole Foods - In addition to bulk bulgur, Whole Foods sells 365 brand bulgur in the grain aisle.
- Your Local Health Food Store - You can also check any natural food store for bulk bulgur. If it's not sold in bulk, you should see it around the packaged grains.
- Safeway - Safeway carries Bob's Red Mill in the aisle with grains and rice.
- Trader Joe's - If you shop at Trader Joe's, you should see store brand bulgur in the aisle with pasta and rice.
- Kroger - Kroger offers Arrowhead Mills and Bob's Red Mill in the grain aisle.
- Publix - Publix keeps bulgur brands like Goya and Arrowhead Mills in the international and grain aisles.
- Ethnic Markets - Look for bulgur in various ethnic markets, including Latin, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean markets.
Great Ways to Use Bulgur
Make Bulgur Salads
If you do a quick search online, you'll find lots of different bulgur salad recipes from around the world. Whether you're making tabbouleh or adding some cooked bulgur to a kale salad, you can make a big batch and store it in the fridge for nourishing, quick lunches during the workweek.
Make Bulgur Porridge
Trying to branch out from oatmeal? Make bulgur porridge for breakfast. It's fast, easy and super satisfying. If you're short on time, an even easier option is to use leftover bulgur and simmer it for a few minutes with your plant milk of choice and a dash of sweetener. Top with fruit, nuts and seeds and enjoy.
Add It to Soups, Stews and Chili
Chewy bulgur is fantastic in any soup, stew or vegan chili. There's really no type of soup you can't make with bulgur, so have fun and experiment with your favorite recipes, or try a new one like this fabulous pumpkin chili with walnuts and bulgur.