The Proof is in the Pudding

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Idiom: The proof is in the pudding
Meaning: This idiom means that you can’t judge something before you’ve tried it – or, in relation to a new product or an idea, you won’t know whether it is a success until you’ve used it.

Put simply, you have to try something in order to know whether it’s good or not…just like Christmas pudding!
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