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Vegemite

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I have and I do. Less salty and easier to spread being a paste (comparable to set honey and runny honey).

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Vegemite is for people too soft to stomach Marmite.

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like em both

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Fairly recent convert to Marmite and now love it. Never tried Vegemite but will have to give it a go.

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Oh and have it in a sarnie with smooth peanut butter.

And you lived to tell the tale? Good grief!!

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http://www.bbc.co.uk...gazine-19908368

It's 90 years old, who has tried it, do you prefer it to Marmite?

I have & I don't

I tried it a while back when working in Brussels. I went to buy my lunch and this big bloke, six foot four or so, was serving. I asked him if he spoke English and he smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich. Very odd.

It wasn't as nice as Bovril.

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Tried it. I only buy it if there is no Marmite in stock.

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Was gonna give it a try in a den in Bombay but opted for a curry instead.

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Marmite is the devils food along with cauliflower.

Cauliflower is great if it's cooked right.

I think you'll find the devil's food is Celery.

Vile stuff.

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Cauliflower is great if it's cooked right.

I think you'll find the devil's food is Celery.

Vile stuff.

Lies. Celery is fantastic, especially as a base for a pasta sauce.

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Vegemite (and Marmite) tastes to me like something's gone mouldy in the bottom of a very old jar. The meat pie floater I had at the Sydney Football Stadium was surprisingly tasty, though.

Cauliflower is only edible when curried, celery is a waste of space and all should abjure the wily sprout.

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The meat pie floater

Sounds like something found in a public toilet in Wigan..........

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Prefer UK Marmite to Vegemite. Prefer Vegemite to NZ Marmite. The makers of NZ Marmite have banned the import and sale of UK Marmite into NZ :angry: so I eat Vegemite.

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Lies. Celery is fantastic, especially as a base for a pasta sauce.

Never!

its offensive stringiness, lack of substance and bitter taste make it unworthy of human consumption.

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Cauliflower is great if it's cooked right.

I think you'll find the devil's food is Celery.

Vile stuff.

Cucumber is Devil's food +/- McDonalds

I use it in a shepherds pie but that's it.

Lee & Perrings Worcester Sauce in mine.

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What PC said,cheese and marmite sandwiches,food of the gods.

Mature cheddar, Marmite and butter on a Ritz cracker is stupendously good.

Vegemite's OK but not as good as Marmite.

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Vegemite is like a pair of dentures. :)

It's an acceptable substitute if you need such a thing.

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