Puddings rise!! Check how high yours goes.
If it leaves a good taste, then its good... If it leaves a bad taste, then its bad... So in general ( the truth speaks for its self )... when this reference is made in regards to people or persons... Hope this helps
This phrase was used by author Miguel de Cervantes in Don Quixote: "The proof of the pudding is in the eating." It has been shortened in our colloquial, or everyday, language to "The Proof is in the Pudding" and means it is only the end result of something that really counts. So our intentions may be good, but the finished product, or end result, tells the true story. Hope this helps.