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Sadly, the United Kingdom has, for many years, a truly dismal culinary reputation. So bad, in fact, that it was the source of a significant vein of self-deprecating humor, though some of that reputation was richly deserved. It was derived from the twin influences of the unusually early onset of the Industrial Revolution and, later, the Victorian-era fad for simplicity and blandness in everything.
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