Upload your photos, chat, win prizes and much more
Can't Access your Account?
New to ePHOTOzine? Join ePHOTOzine for free!
Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more for free!
Fun With Marmite - 1 - put a small dollop of marmite on a plate or other flat surface. take a knife and pat the Marmite dollop repeatedly, after a few minutes of this treatment it will go greyish white! Hoorah! Buns and lemonade all round. . .
Join ePHOTOzine for free and remove these adverts.
You should try Route 66 from Lydl - its grrrrrreat
In Oxford Street, London. tonight
There is Marmite - and there is Marmite!
Here in NZ we have our own brand made by Sanitarium, a food company based in Christchurch. Unfortunately in the Christchurch earthquake almost 2 years ago, the plant manufacturing 'our' Marmite was damaged and until the building has been repaired or rebuilt, NZ Marmite is not available. NZ Customs stopped the importation of 'English' Marmite although it was allowed in when it was relabelled 'Ourmite'
We hope that NZ Marmite will be in the shops again before long, it is different from all the other yeast spreads and we miss it!
50/50in our house, me and the dog like it, the ladies(wife and daughter) don't. Spread thinly on hot buttered toast. Also like Gentlemans Relish (anchovy paste) the family think I am insane!
Quote: 50/50in our house, me and the dog like it,
Considering some of the disgusting things dogs like to eat, that's no recommendation…
3 out of 3 in our house.
the Cat loves it, and will climb up me or my wife to try to lick it off our toast!
5 out of 6 in our household love it.
My wife hates it and turns her head away whilst the toast is being buttered BUT when I make the gravy she eats it without comment.
I may forget to mention that I've put some in the gravy but I don't get any complaints from her.
I make a Marmite and Liver cake (really!) for training the dogs and they watch it baking in the oven through the glass door, drooling on the floor until it is ready LOL
As soon as the cake is ready, I, in my official capacity as Food Quality Controller, must of course test it for texture and taste before giving it to the dogs.
With a bag of Marmite and Liver cake in my pocket - the dogs will follow me anywhere
I needed a new pot today and was amazed to see you can now get it in a gold package with gold flecks in it, and an extra-strong version too. Extra strong!!! That'd be enough to send you through the roof I bet.
Sorry if the above's already been said but I can't spare the time to read though 8 pages on the subject of marmite, love it or hate it.
Rather have marmite than Bovril.
Quote: I needed a new pot today and was amazed to see you can now get it in a gold package with gold flecks in it, and an extra-strong version too. Extra strong!!! That'd be enough to send you through the roof I bet.
The Marmite Gold Edition is fabulous. Bling on toast is shorthand for this in our family LOL
My wife says the gold flecked version is proof you can polish a t*rd ..........................
I put it in my cooking to add a kick to gravy, shepherds pie and chilli.
In a sandwich with tuna, cheese and tomato. It is delicous with St Agur cheese spread.
I also have the Marmite chocolate bar but can only manage one square a day!
And when the jar is finally empty I fill it with hot water to make a superb Marmite drink!
(Having written this all down I am starting to se why my family thinks I am mad.)
i love Marmite so much i dived a wreck called the Aoelian Sky to collect some from the seabed..... now thats love
Did it taste OK though?
I have actually never tried Marmite. It's something I've always meant to try but haven't gotten around to yet.
ePHOTOzine, the web's friendliest photography community.
Upload photos, chat with photographers, win prizes and much more.
You must be a member to leave a comment
Get the latest photography news straight from ePHOTOzine in your email every month and win prizes!
01/09/2014 - 30/09/2014
Check out ePHOTOzine's inspirational photo month calendar! Each day click on a window to unveil new photography tips, treats and techniques.
View September's Photo Month Calendar