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I love marmite, it's the daddy. Does nutrish yeasht have anything in common with it? Is it like a weak-marmitey flake?

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Richard wrote:
I love marmite, it's the daddy. Does nutrish yeasht have anything in common with it? Is it like a weak-marmitey flake?


I hate Marmite. What a foul food that is. :roll:

Anything in common? Well Marmite is quite a thick liquidy type substance, nutritional yeast is dried up flakes, marmite is very dark brown whilst nutritional yeast is orangey/light brown, marmite is totally unedible whilst nutritional yeast is just about edible. So sod all in common then.

Nutritional yeast is quite 'cheezy'. It might taste a teeny bit like Marmite.

Try it, you might like it fella.


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Yemmy, I might go to an establishment and transfer some printed paper from my printed paper holder which is housed neatly in my garments and exchange the paper for some FLAKES. Then I can put them in my mouth (the flakes)

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Yemmy, I might go to an establishment and transfer some printed paper from my printed paper holder which is housed neatly in my garments and exchange the paper for some FLAKES. Then I can put them in my mouth (the flakes)


You do whatever you gotta do chap.

So long as you are happy, that's all that's important, yeah?

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I love marmite too. My south african stash is running out. :shock:

Nutritional yeast flakes taste nothing like marmite tho...although i love them too.

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Marmite? Never had it.


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Marmite? Never had it.


SeaSiren - Don't ever try it. :wink:

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Grossest stuff ever. Marmite is also MEAT extract. Not for you guys!
EDIT: I WAS WRONG. it's veggie.


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Bovril is / was from meat, marmite's from yeast, which is why I thought it'd be similar to flakey flakes

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You like Vegemite too Rich?

Our friends down under swear by it.

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Our friends down under swear by it.


Are you talking about your balls?!? Dunking your bollocks in vegemite?

I don't think i've had vegemite. From what I understand, it's the same sort of thing, but thicker? I'd probably yum that bad boy up.

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Our friends down under swear by it.


Are you talking about your balls?!? Dunking your bollocks in vegemite?

I don't think i've had vegemite. From what I understand, it's the same sort of thing, but thicker? I'd probably yum that bad boy up.


'Fraid not. Anyway that, would of been 'my friends'. :wink: Talkin about the folks in the Great South Land.

You should try Vegemite then.

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I'll try it! And i'll try eating it too! :wink: :wink: :wink:

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