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Free Vegemite yeast extract 220g @ Quidco/Clicksnap
Free Vegemite yeast extract 220g @ Quidco/Clicksnap

Free Vegemite yeast extract 220g @ Quidco/Clicksnap

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15 Comments

Never mind all that t&c twaddle , what's it taste like ? Is it like marmite or something

Is guesing it mite taste like marmite hence the mite in the name

it is not as nice as Marmite IMO, it has a grainier texture and doesn't have as much punch to it. Worth a go if you haven't tried it before though. I actually prefer the supermarket versions of Marmite most though.

rdbradshaw

Is guesing it mite taste like marmite hence the mite in the name


Milder buy yeah much the same
I prefer it thank you heat added

I used to prefer to squeezy bottle of marmite compared to the stuff in a jar. It was smoother tasting and less harsh.

This stuff is better than expensive multi vitamins.

Best way is loads of butter/marg/spread (dairy free for me) on toast and a minuscule amount of Vegi onto to enhance the flavour like Aussies do - most people don't like it cos they mistake it a brown substance out a jar for chocolate spread and apply as such X) Like many things in the kitchen less is more, you can add but not subtract


Hope all the UK Aussies have a fantastic Australia Day today

Edited by: "seaniboy" 26th Jan

escortboy

I used to prefer to squeezy bottle of marmite compared to the stuff in a … I used to prefer to squeezy bottle of marmite compared to the stuff in a jar. It was smoother tasting and less harsh.


Read my post above, if it tastes harsh you are using too much.

seaniboy

Read my post above, if it tastes harsh you are using too much.


I was using the same quantity, the squeezy seemed to be a different formulation from the jar.

escortboy

I was using the same quantity, the squeezy seemed to be a different … I was using the same quantity, the squeezy seemed to be a different formulation from the jar.


Never had a squeezy Vegemite, do they exist ? Never known of that, I only know of a Cheesy Vegemite variation which is awesome but its less potent so you eat more per serving.

The jar is potent so using the same amount as a prepacked usable squeezy is defo a nono.

seaniboy

Never had a squeezy Vegemite, do they exist ? Never known of that, I only … Never had a squeezy Vegemite, do they exist ? Never known of that, I only know of a Cheesy Vegemite variation which is awesome but its less potent so you eat more per serving.The jar is potent so using the same amount as a prepacked usable squeezy is defo a nono.


Marmite I was referring to because other people were discussing it, not Vegemite.

escortboy

Marmite I was referring to because other people were discussing it, not … Marmite I was referring to because other people were discussing it, not Vegemite.


Marmite is the poor mans Vegemite

People taking certain mental health drugs should avoid: MAOI antidepressant users note such as phenelzine (Nardil) or tranylcypromine (Parnate), yeast extracts interact negatively with these types of medications tyramine content.


Those just having a bad day can get a Marmite prescription from www.marmite.co.uk/coupon


Food ALLERGY sufferers should be aware:

Veg extract - can mainly include PEANUTS and SOYA
Spice extract - contains CELERY, the EU demanded that it be listed as an ingredient.


Glutamic Acid - this is natural, not MonoSodiumGlutamate, more info here: truthinlabeling.org/III…tml
Edited by: "seaniboy" 26th Jan

Tastes nothing like Marmite. Bought some once. Tried it and binned it. Similar to Morrison's own label, which I also binned. Not voted cold, because if you like Vegemite...

Just saw this on the App.
Love marmite - ideal time to try this while it's free, heat added :P

cazsilver

Just saw this on the App. Love marmite - ideal time to try this while … Just saw this on the App. Love marmite - ideal time to try this while it's free, heat added :P



Ye, agree, definitely. Great opportunity to try. Thanks op

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