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Default mouldy xmas pudding

marie shotton wrote:
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can anyone tell me how to store xmas puddings as for the past two years i
have made some and stored them but they go mouldy after a few weeks so
they are useless help please

Every now and then top up with brandy (or the spirit of your choice).
It should be kept moist. I've eaten xmas puds that were 1 year old
and still tasted fine.

BTW, thanks for the reminder, I need to start making mine!


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