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Discussion in ''What Time Is It?' Reply threads' started by Amy Steele, Feb 18, 2019.
I’m more of a marmite eater myself
I live 5 minutes away from the vegemite factory, driving past smells really nice, on the other side of the factory is the peanut butter section, it smells amazing driving that side too.
I can't go near marmite, just the smell makes me feel sick
I can't go near peanut butter, just the smell makes me feel sick
No idea what vegimite smells like
Peanut butter is good
feel like buying marmite now. it's rare where I am now, but it used to be staple for kids when I was younger here.
I don't think we have either this or vegemite over here. At least I had no idea what they were, I had to google them, LOL.
Don't worry, you're not missing anything
... yet that's the only one we have. Great...
we had marmite and bovril here when I was a kid but it's rare now. Vegemite was not commonly seen. marmite is still popular in the UK - I saw them in every supermarket.
I think vegimite is Australian but I'm probably wrong as usual
Got my first "thanks for sniping me, but no thanks buddy" message
You're so lucky I never get any nice messages and I snipe and plunder all the time
bovril is beef extract, unlike the "mites" which are yeast extracts
But you drink Bovril and you wouldn’t drink marmite.
I thought my tea tasted a bit funny earlier.
The milk was 6 days out of date
Give it a shake and strain the lumps
What's the problem?
Yes vegemite is Australian and it starts as a by-product from the brewery, after they make beer the left over yeast is sent to the vegemite factory.
The beef extract mostly known here is Bonox, people like it to drink like a tea or hot soup kinda thing.
Vegemite is mostly spread very lightly over buttered toast
Do you come from a land down under?
Where women glow and men plunder?