Saturday, June 18, 2011

DO THEY SELL BLACK PUDDING ONLINE? IF SO, WHERE?


I had a lot easier time finding this…oh wait, do you even know what Black Pudding is? If you guessed sausage I’d say you’re right if you’re about to eat it. Then after you downed a piece I’d tell you what it really is. Ready? Congealed cattle or pig blood. Black Pudding was first introduced to the world in 1868. 

So where can you by it online in 2011? Would you believe Amazon? 
Yep, you can nab an 8oz slab for only $4.99
Or you can get the Black Pudding ring for $7.99. Yum? Yum?

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23 comments:

  1. Well thanks, now I know what websites NOT to visit, ha.

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  2. I LOVE Black Pudding! Its great with a fry-up for brekky.

    Send me some for my birthday tomorrow, Copyboy.

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  3. Glad to see vampires can find a dessert. I have to guess this is a British invention. Bless their hearts for trying culinary innovations.

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  4. Well, right before I stopped by here, I was starving....now I think I'm going to vom. So thank you for keeping me svelte for swimsuit season. :)

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  5. My all time favorite, especially the smoked one with buckwheat.

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  6. I knew I was missing out on something.

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  7. Why not?
    If you recommend the stuff, I'll give it a whirl.

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  8. When I was a kid the stepfather used to love it, but we called it Blood Pudding..everyone knew it was made with blood and they ate it anyways..maybe Canadians weren't into kidding themselves that it was something else...it's effing nasty a**ed stuff, that's what I remember. Don't try it. It smells like fried blood too.

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  9. it's nothing that unusal, you can buy it in every super herearound

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  10. I love blood sausage. It's amazing on a grilled bun right off the barbecue! When you think about the concept of it, yeah, it sounds kind of disgusting, but hey, I've got canines! I'm a MEAT EATER.

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  11. gak! my mom actually had to eat that once. she did live but was scarred for life.

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  12. In Asia we hide it in rice porridge. It was a most unpleasant surprise.

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  13. I know well of black pudding. Parts of my family love it. I'm forever grateful to my grandfather for being very religious and considering the stuff a sin, cause eating blood in oatmeal... *Shudder*

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  14. The Hunter would love it. He eats anything, lucky me

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  15. Is Bill Cosby the spokesman for black pudding?

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  16. Why in the hell would anybody eat this? That wasn't forced to anyway?

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  17. Ok, I'll admit it. It tastes freaking awesome. Yes, it does. I've had it many times, despite my general disdain for organ meats, most pork and anything bloody (except a medium rare steak).

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