"You're not getting my purin, but I'll give you my sliced radishes tomorrow and the day after that." - Gramps (Gintama, Ep. 225)
Purin is a popular Japanese dessert that often pops up in anime and manga. In Breath of the Wild, you can always make this egg pudding by steaming fresh milk, a bird egg, and cane sugar over a nice fire with a cooking pot. Top with wildberries (raspberries), or garnish with swift violets (viola flowers) to make a dish that'll help you run faster.*
The in-game description says a pudding mold is used. That means Link must be carrying ramekins with him at all times. He had those ramekins before he owned a decent set of pants.
Maybe his dream was always to make egg pudding before rushing to Hyrule Castle. Then, upon seeing Zelda in danger, he would leap into battle and yell, "Don't worry, princess! I have a flan!"
No one blames you, buddy. This stuff is good.
* I'm pretty sure the increased movement speed effect carries over in real life too. I'll need to eat some more to be sure.
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