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Figgy pudding

There are various versions of this - but it is now rarely made. One from Yorkshire, was rather like modern Christmas pudding, but only containing dried figs as the dried fruit. Versions from the West Country were made with any dried fruit, possibly because 'figgy' is a West Country term for raisin.

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