Vegemite or Marmite?


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major_tom

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Not a poll.....just wanna know who in CS eats these.....
I cant live without it....
I use them on sandwiches and just a blob on a bowl of hot water and viola, it's soup.

Yummy....

p/s Bovril no fight....lame.
 

Kachui

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I am a fan of Vegemite...I like the taste better and keeps better in fridge, still spreadable on bread when it is cold. Not so for Marmite.
 

Del_CtrlnoAlt

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long time never eat such things liao... only when young to mix with plain porridge...

nowadays is eat Frog Leg Porridge then put the Spring Onion & Ginger gravy... ;p
 

drakon09

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In Africa, it's Termites.

Personally I'd go with DCA on the frog path. :bsmilie:
 

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vegemite on toast. cheap and good :thumbsup:

Was introduced to me by my british colleague. A few of my asian colleagues got hooked too. There is alway a bottle in our pantry. Too bad both the toaster and the micro wave oven in the office are broken now :(
 

eastwest

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We English only ever eat Marmite - we leave the other stuff to the Aussies and moan about it when we go there!
 

major_tom

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I have to say it's an acquired taste, you might not like it first but it will grow on you after a while.

../azul123
agree...my kids cant stand it.....i have been eating toast with marmite & butter since i was 5yrs old and still enjoying it today....

For a 1st timer, the trick is to spread it very thinly and it will eventually grow on you. Too much and you will dislike it.
 

major_tom

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cheep imitation of the real thing - MA R M I T E !:bsmilie::bsmilie:


Somehow, Marmite is an all-rounder ie bread/muffins/soup/porridge...whereas Vegemite is more suitable
on sandwiches. M's color is also darker than the brownish V.

For those new to M & V, go try it and tell us what do think of it...
 

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