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Where did that phrase come from - The proof is in the pudding
Stan St. Clair
Sometime last year I noticed in one of the unsolicited five-star reviews of my original volume, “Most Comprehensive Origins of Clichés, Proverbs and Figurative Expressions,” that the reviewer had mentioned that “the proof is in the pudding” was missing from this book, and suggested I add it in the next revision.