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This is a very sweet sausage-type food, principally eaten as part of the Scottish variant of the full cooked breakfast. In fact, it's presence is a strong hint that this is a superior breakfast, probably also going to include black pudding and potato scones

As with black pudding and the sort of haggis normally used in breakfasts, the physical form factor is on 1cm long slices from a 4cm sausage of the food.

The principal ingredient is suet, into which are embedded various dried grapes - mainly raisins and sultanas.

Like almost all the other components of a full cooked breakfast, it is shallow-fried before serving.

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