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Gravy divides the nation, survey says

A survey of 2,000 Brits has shown that the nation is divided over its gravy preferences.

The research on behalf of, found that 93% of respondents indicated that gravy is an essential component of their traditional Sunday roast, proving that the savoury sauce is embedded in the fabric of British cuisine.

88% of participants agreed that the smell and taste of gravy evokes feelings of comfort and nostalgia, transporting them back to memories of family gatherings and festive celebrations.

The survey also found that the nation was divided on the best kind of gravy. 67% of respondents preferred a thick and glossy gravy, while 33% opted for a thinner, more pourable consistency.

31% of Brits admitted to drinking the left-over gravy straight from the jug.

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