The reverend confectioners in the back of the Westminster Candy Shop one day decided to change the recipes because customers were no longer buying the Sawdust Swirl. But rather than continuing with their experiments, they took a vote and decided to return to the original recipes that had been in use when the shop first opened three and a half centuries before. Unfortunately, the managers of the shop viewed these events with deep suspicion and declared the Reformation Fudge Supreme to be both fattening and heretical.
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