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Do you like MARMITE...??


YES, I cant understand people who don't like it .
  54% (12)
No, Who in gods name could eat it and say its nice
  27% (6)
It doesn't exist in my country , so i dont know
  18% (4)


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estebanana

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RE: Do you like MARMITE...?? (in reply to Richard Jernigan

I'm not convinced, he was just being polite because he's a gentleman.

But he gets the award of the thread.

This is rigged!

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RobJe

 

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RE: Do you like MARMITE...?? (in reply to Escribano

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It's very good on toast and butter, but spread really, really thinly.


mmm. I agree.

Vegemite (made in Australia) is quite popular in New Zealand – but there is also NZ Marmite produced by the Sanitarium Health Food Company. NZ Marmite contains sugar and caramel and like Vegemite, it is only for wimps. British Marmite is made from a different recipe and is stronger tasting.

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estebanana

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RE: Do you like MARMITE...?? (in reply to estebanana

A slight twist on the marmite theme- In Japanese food you eat every day there's a concept called Gohan no Tomo - it comes from gohan which means rice and tomodachi which is friend. Gohan no tomo means "friends with rice". It is a way of saying rice with a rice intended condiment.

This one on my rice is made from nori that cooked into pasty sauce. Like marmite, but uh, better. There is an other one called shio cara, with is sliced squid cured in salt, that may sound funky to you, but it is fantastic.

There are many kinds gohan no tomo, sometimes it's just the juice for your chicken. I ain't got nuthin' against your vegemite or marmot farts, it's just that I've got a have **** ton of condiments for my rice.

I have no shortage of Condi Rice, don't need no kangaroo jam.



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RE: Do you like MARMITE...?? (in reply to estebanana

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sliced squid cured in salt,

A lot of kimchis have sliced salt cured squid. I'm not the biggest seafood eater but something happens when you salt cure squid. It gets less seafoody and more earthy. Really good stuff, especially smothered in kimchi sauce.

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