Every so often I have a real hankering for Boudin.
I always buy a version called Boudin viande, although I have yet to find much viande in it.
Black Pudding is not to everyone's taste; not even to mine. But occasionally I forget this minor point, and buy some just to remind myself of how delicious it is, only to find that I can 'take it or leave it'.
Boudin, pronounced here as boud-ang, is one of the earliest forms of charcuterie, and is reputed to be filled with essential nutrients. Very good for you.
Next time I buy some (maybe in 6 months time) I shall buy a different variety; my usual Boudin viande contains far too much gras.
I bought myself this piece as a Christmas treat, and fried just three slices of it for my breakfast; the rest went to Bok!