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Black Pudding - Defined

Black Pudding—Often seen on the bill of fare as "Boudin Noir," they are made of sheeps, or pigs' blood and chopped suet, seasoned, filled into intestines, smoked, boiled, and when cold, served in thin slices as an appetiser.

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