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See also: pudding
- The German language has no concept of custard. It is referred to as Pudding when thick and as Soße (sauce) when thin.
- When known, e.g. because it is written on the package, one can refer to crèmes and the like by their proper name; often, however, Germans do not bother and refer to them as Pudding since for example a flavoured industrial yoghurt is often hard to tell apart from thin milk pudding.