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A Welsh dish, comprising fine oatmeal, steeped in water, then strained and boiled while continually stirring until it was an almost solid consistency, like that of blancmange. The popularity of the dish spread to Cheshire and Lancashire, where its name was anglicised to flummery. See 'Flummery'
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