500g BIGGEST JAR Marmite £3 @ ASDA (National)
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500g BIGGEST JAR Marmite £3 @ ASDA (National)

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Found 2nd Sep 2013
ASDA match Sainsbury's' unbelievable £3. This is the lowest price it has ever been (nationally).
The same as getting a small jar for 75p - I thought Poundland couldn't be beaten!

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Cant stand the stuff, but as I'm not a moron and recognise it as being a great deal for those who do, so hot.

My kids love it (me too), asda for me tomz.. Great find!!

Love Marmite but that is one large jar!

I found this for £1.11 in my local Tesco, after seeing someone post it on here.

Have some heat. None on the shelf when I looked earlier this evening I'll have to try again another day.

I cant decide if I like this or not....

Heat for the deal - but the stuff should be banned as a weapon of mass destruction.

How many years would it take the average person to use all that?!
When I use it, I spread it on so thinly you'd need an electron microscope to see the stuff! It's so salty I don't know how anyone could use any more than that?!

Still, voted hot!

Did you know.Marmite was banned under food safety laws in Denmark.

this was £3 standard price in Waitrose last week. very cheap for 500g!

Yeah but it's a marmite thing though ain't it

kris1234

Did you know.Marmite was banned under food safety laws in Denmark.


Technically but for the wrong reasons, the salt content is high but then you don't use that much.

£3 IN TESCO

harlzter

Cant stand the stuff, but as I'm not a moron and recognise it as being a … Cant stand the stuff, but as I'm not a moron and recognise it as being a great deal for those who do, so hot.



Ditto! Urghhhh but have some heat!

bleachershane

How many years would it take the average person to use all that?!When I … How many years would it take the average person to use all that?!When I use it, I spread it on so thinly you'd need an electron microscope to see the stuff! It's so salty I don't know how anyone could use any more than that?!Still, voted hot!



personally, I get through one of these every two months and I don't eat Marmite on today every day...

So it's £3 for a lifetime supply of Marmite.

Bargain that.

Yuk!! Could give it away & I'd never touch the stuff! You either love it or hate it!!

This is also £3 at Sainsburys and Waitrose.

As a kid I hated the stuff but now can't get enough.

This is not a life time supply! Maybe a month. Marmite is a necessary food.Heat added.

ill have that used in a week.Hot deal

£1.11 in tesco...

bleachershane

How many years would it take the average person to use all that?!



My wife and son get though one of these in about 3 weeks.

The industrial-sized plastic tubs take them about 6 weeks.

Well spotted! Thanks

11g of salt per 100g so generally not good if you suffer from high blood pressure, but good if you do and you want to die soon.

That amount would last forever...who am I kidding, no it wouldn't! Hot!

PSmith222

11g of salt per 100g so generally not good if you suffer from high blood … 11g of salt per 100g so generally not good if you suffer from high blood pressure, but good if you do and you want to die soon.



So it's 11% salt then. Have you looked at the salt content of a stock cube (clue : around 30g per 100g)?

Nothing is good in excess, but it's a good job most people have enough common sense not to eat a pack of 24 OXO in one session - and credit to anyone who manages to eat 100g of Marmite in a day

As it stands, Marmite is an excellent source of B vitamins, especially for Vegetarians, and I love it - full of Umami

Edited by: "chippytea" 2nd Sep 2013

I got the gold marmite for 1.50 in farmfoods. And I got through it in a week.

hot price but last time i bought a big jar it went all gritty so ended up lashing it away

I've only tried it once before and I couldn't feel my face for about an hour. Then my lips start burning. It wasn't a pleasant experience but I appreciate that this is a good deal,:9 heat.

love the stuff thanks op!

Toddy83

I've only tried it once before and I couldn't feel my face for about an … I've only tried it once before and I couldn't feel my face for about an hour. Then my lips start burning. It wasn't a pleasant experience but I appreciate that this is a good deal,:9 heat.



Same happened to me when I tried to eat toast still in the toaster, haven't touched toast to this day.

I prefer Vegemite, much nicer, marmite i have to really be in the mood for.

It's kakka **** but good deal.

Very good as a winter warming drink too*, esp if you add a bit of hot pepper sauce.

* inb4 'It's too thick to drink?' comments

Same price in all "Big) supermarket stores (except Ocado)

it appears to be the old shape jars which are going cheap, the newer shape seem to be normal price, close to a fiver a jar.
Suspect the old shape is being discontinued.

chippytea

So it's 11% salt then. Have you looked at the salt content of a stock … So it's 11% salt then. Have you looked at the salt content of a stock cube (clue : around 30g per 100g)?Nothing is good in excess, but it's a good job most people have enough common sense not to eat a pack of 24 OXO in one session - and credit to anyone who manages to eat 100g of Marmite in a day :)As it stands, Marmite is an excellent source of B vitamins, especially for Vegetarians, and I love it - full of Umami



Yes but with a stock cube you dilute it with 500ml of water so the final product is a fraction. Unless you are in the habbit of sucking on stock cubes.

The thicker the better, balls to spreading it lightly. That should be used in two weeks if you know how to make sandwiches correctly.

If you have nothing to put it on just insert knife into jar, remove knife then lick the knife repeatedly until it is in prestine condition

kl3095

Yes but with a stock cube you dilute it with 500ml of water so the final … Yes but with a stock cube you dilute it with 500ml of water so the final product is a fraction. Unless you are in the habbit of sucking on stock cubes.



It's still gong to be the same salt content diluted or not

Hope this is still on when I visit asda tonight!
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