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13 February 1996


Pease-pudding is a strange regional dish that looks and tastes like condensed pea soup. It's not bad, though, if it is spread on thick bread and washed down with lots of good ale. (I suppose there aren't many foods that aren't palatable given enough ale.)

Like many canned foods, naked pease-pudding is a gelatinous column. After a couple of weeks, though, the pease-pudding develops hairline cracks that grow into gaping fissures. Furry growths cautiously emerge from the depths of the column, pease-pudding's live spawn.

Pease-pudding is glorious.

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