Budino is the Italian term for sweet or savory puddings. Sweet puddings are usually made with chocolate or vanilla, and often contain fruits and/or nuts. A blood sausage is a kind of savory pudding, an aromatic or spicy sausage often served as an hors d'oeuvre

Budino is pronounced "boo-dee-noh"

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