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Palm oil free Christmas pudding?

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Henryismyfriend Thu 01-Nov-18 22:12:43

Does anyone know where I may be able to get one? All the ones I have researched contain palm oil, usually in the suet.
I've looked in the supermarkets I go in and online and can't seem to find one, can anyone help?

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SurfnTerfFantasticmissfoxy Thu 01-Nov-18 22:18:19

They're really simple to make - then you know exactly what's in it?

DontFundHate Fri 02-Nov-18 12:28:33

If you don't want to make one yourself I bet you could find a homemade one locally to buy? Lots of people make them to sell or farm shops etc

Henryismyfriend Fri 02-Nov-18 17:02:43

I'm not entirely sure anything I made like that would be edible tbh 🙈 but I may try! I hadn't thought of farm shops, have one near me I'll try tomorrow - thank you!

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Medianoche Fri 02-Nov-18 17:10:42

Try Roots and Wings Organic. We had one from them last year and it was delicious.

schopenhauer Fri 02-Nov-18 17:12:28

Fortnight & Mason specifically say they have removed palm oil from theirs

I would say make your own though!
www.fortnumandmason.com/products/st-james-christmas-pudding-454g?taxon_id=2192

MissMarplesKnitting Fri 02-Nov-18 17:15:37

Honestly, if I can make them you could!!

I use my grandma's wartime recipe with grated apple in. It's much lighter than shop bought ones and is delicious.

Henryismyfriend Fri 02-Nov-18 18:33:09

I've looked at a few recipes and I may try on my next days off but buy one in just in case!
Thank you all flowers

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newtlover Sun 11-Nov-18 19:56:54

honestly, make one,
www.bbc.com/food/recipes/traditional_christmas_38771
really easy and much better than what you can buy

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