It all starts out with a big joke (be careful what you eat on April 1, meaning if a jokester offers you free food, examine it carefully). And it ends with a day celebrating raisins. If you don’t like raisins, you might think that’s a big joke, too, but don’t fret. I’ll eat your raisins. No joke.
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Sara Bir is Paste’s contributing food editor and the author of The Pocket Pawpaw Cookbook. Follow her on Instagram @sausagetarian.