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But let's be honest, caroling takes a back seat to the most important and beloved traditions — those involving our stomachs. Most obscurely, there's figgy pudding, which while not eaten much today is always tunefully requested in the second verse of the song "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." In the 16th century, figgy pudding was eaten at the end of the Christmas meal. The dessert, which very simply is a pudding made from figs, can be seen on Bob Cratchit's table in the famous film version .

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