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    Quote Originally Posted by GothChick View Post
    DD likes it mixed with hot water and has it as a drink. I cant stand the stuff.
    It tastes like bonox

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    Quote Originally Posted by GothChick View Post
    Weird hey. She got the idea from her friend whilst on a playdate, apparently her mum makes it for her too.

    I had to google just to make sure it was okay to do(I dont know why I thought it might not be but you never know) and came across it on 'The history of vegemite). Apparently it's seen as a very healthy low cal drink.
    Who knew lol.
    wow I would never have thought, thats really interesting actually!

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    On toast with grilled cheese.
    Or spread on puff pastry, topped with grated cheese, rolled up and sliced then baked until the swirls are golden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Rodeo View Post
    All i can think about is pumpkin so I would love to hear your recipe when you invent it lol.

    Personally I have vegemite under a poached egg on toast. Mmm salty goodness lol
    YES!!! How good is it under an egg!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Beetle View Post
    Licked off a spoon.
    Yummy I love Vegemite, the more the better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electric Rodeo View Post
    All i can think about is pumpkin so I would love to hear your recipe when you invent it lol.

    Personally I have vegemite under a poached egg on toast. Mmm salty goodness lol
    Ive never heard of this either, hmm I have eggs and vegemite might give that one a go!

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    Tablespoon of Vegemite, a whole cauliflower, 1/2 cup of risoni boiled up and puréed into soup

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    Quote Originally Posted by GothChick View Post
    DD likes it mixed with hot water and has it as a drink. I cant stand the stuff.
    My nan used to do that

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    A sliver on toast with heaps of melted butter.

    Thickly spread on a toasted sandwich with cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    Thickly spread on a toasted sandwich with cheese.
    I had this for dinner last night because I couldnt be bothered with anything else. I love it!

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