Mr Kipling Exceedingly Merry Christmas Pudding (454g - or a pound to normal people) £5.00 reduced to £2.00 in Tesco
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Mr Kipling Exceedingly Merry Christmas Pudding (454g - or a pound to normal people) £5.00 reduced to £2.00 in Tesco

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Found 6th Dec 2009Made hot 6th Dec 2009
Traditionally steamed Christmas pudding with juicy vine fruits soaked in English dry cider.

If you drink enough - these columns will look straight...

Nutrition
nutrient per 100g per 1/4th pudding
Energy kCal 332 kCal 376 kCal
Energy kJ 1,404 kJ 1,593 kJ
Protein 2.9 g 3.3 g
Carbohydrate 66.0 g 74.9 g
of which sugars 51.5 g 58.4 g
Fat 6.5 g 7.4 g
of which saturates 3.2 g 3.6 g
Fibre 2.0 g 2.3 g
Sodium 0.2 g 0.2 g
Salt Equivalent 0.5 g 0.6 g

10 Comments

Original Poster

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"a pound to normal people" lol

once you go metric, you never go back!

imperial measurements are so logical and i am sure all the imperialists know the below without blinking an eye:

- How many inches in a mile? (63,360)
- Which is heavier, an ounce of gold or an ounce of feathers? (an ounce of gold - troy ounce of 31.1035 g against an avoirdupois ounce of 28.3495 g)
- What is an inch? (the average length of the last phalange of the thumb)
- What is a gallon? (the volume occupied by eight merchant pounds of wine)

How long is a chain, a pole, a link and a cable?

From the metric generation and the imperial system is really confusing to me!

ascen;7127789

"a pound to normal people" lolonce you go metric, you never go … "a pound to normal people" lolonce you go metric, you never go back!imperial measurements are so logical and i am sure all the imperialists know the below without blinking an eye:- How many inches in a mile? (63,360)- Which is heavier, an ounce of gold or an ounce of feathers? (an ounce of gold - troy ounce of 31.1035 g against an avoirdupois ounce of 28.3495 g)- What is an inch? (the average length of the last phalange of the thumb)- What is a gallon? (the volume occupied by eight merchant pounds of wine)How long is a chain, a pole, a link and a cable?From the metric generation and the imperial system is really confusing to me!



:thinking::thinking: you lost me at the second sentence lol :oops::oops:

Original Poster

I am quite happy to use both - but its so much easier saying 1lb than 454g just as I would say 1kg and not 2.2046 lbs.

Chains poles links and cables were never mainstream - and others tended to be applied to specific fields such as fathoms and furlongs.

However stones for peoples weight - feet and inches for height - and mph are still the norm.

A pound is a little gold coin equivalent to 100 pence for those who get confused and think it is a way of measuring weight.

Nice find but I much prefer tesco's own traditional pud for £2.00

454g Classic Cristmas Pudding in Asda has been reduced from £2 down to £1:whistling:

Chocalate is my favorite Thank You

Devin1;7131692

Chocalate is my favorite Thank You



Haha.

I do hope that was a joke! :whistling:

these are really nice!!
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