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I had made Bulgur Pudding With Honey and Dates for breakfast, and had about 1 1/2 cups of it left over. It was too delicious to throw away, so I put it in the fridge and decided to make bread from it. I think you could also use a lot of other ingredients i

"This well-seasoned yeast bread adds an attractive accent to any Italian meal...and the aroma while it's baking is scrumptious. The wedges also go great with soup, stew or chili."

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