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COME SUMMER, I crave lighter, fresher, grain-and-vegetable-based dishes such as tabbouleh, a salad from the eastern Mediterranean that’s become a refrigerated supermarket staple in the United States.

Tabbouleh is usually made from lightly steamed (or soaked) bulgur (though other grains are often substituted), lots of parsley, and a mix of aromatics including

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