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FrankRuperto
post Jun 30 2020, 10:28 AM
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I'm talking about Marmite, not Access grinhalo.gif
My Mom used to put a jar of this salty stuff with toast on the breakfast table.
Took a while to get used to it lol.
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Jeff B.
post Jun 30 2020, 10:48 AM
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… and here I thought you were talking about Vegemite...

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FrankRuperto
post Jun 30 2020, 11:03 AM
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QUOTE (Jeff)
… and here I thought you were talking about Vegemite...

Same stuff, I think the Kiwis rebranded it with that name
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akn_39
post Jun 30 2020, 12:20 PM
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Zut alors! Marmite and Vegemite the 'same stuff'? That's like saying Coke and Pepsi are the same thing!

To paraphrase Monty Python, "Vegemite is an Australian controle, specially produced for those keen on regurgitation - a fine 'mite that really opens up the sluices at both ends."

And James Thurber summed up Marmite with something like: "It's a naïve, domestic 'mite without any breeding, but I think you'll be amused by its presumption."

Cheers. . .
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