I don't know if the venerable editors of the venerated OED are taking submissions for new entries, but I've got a choice one for them:
enplumpen \in- 'pləmp, en-\ vt (2009) 1 : to make dried fruits soft and moist before baking or cooking by soaking them in liquid : RECONSTITUTE 2 : to feast to the point of developing a temporarily protruding belly : STUFF
And I've even used it in a sentence. From my Picturing Toffee Figgy Pudding Cookies post:
“Chop the dried figs and then soak them in warm water to enplumpen 'em.”
And for the second usage:
“Last Thanksgiving I had so many Cranberry Crunch Cookies that I enplumpened myself and needed to put on my eating pants.”
Yup...I'm putting that English degree to work, I tell ya.