but I sure as sh%t can't bring any vegemite with me to the land of the free
I wonder what potential money grab is behind the idiots in Washington banning the sale of Vegemite in the US? It's not as if any US citizen would like the stuff anyway (not sweet enough and they try to spread it too thick).
It's ok to serve up Maccas to the population making them obese, mal nutritioned and dentally challenged, but here is a spread that gives you a quarter of the daily needs on just one slice of bread and it's banned because it has some folate which is proven to be a good thing.
I hate Vegemite!!!:laughing: But i love Marmite! is that banned? does
it seems abit ironic that they ban the good stuff and keep the bad stuff as you have put it!!! does oz get marmite???
yeah a must for the pommie migrants, but it's not as popular as vegemite.
First I've heard of it lol...Looks pretty good. It makes me hungry lol.
I also read that it was un-banned from the U.S. (But then again it's from Wikipedia, so it might be wrong lol).
Couldn't I just make my own at home? lol.
i found out that marmite is sold in oz as "our mate" and tastes exactly as
it does here in the uk!
i dont think youd be able to make it at home!!! apparently, if you get the ingredients wrong in a certain way, it can have drastic effects, like mayonnaise!!!
never heard of it being called that.
i forgot to say, its imported as ourmate but its made in england!
You mean that it might turn to mayonnaise or that making mayonnaise is dangerous for the same reasons? lol.
I thought this was a thread about the '80's band, Men at Work (http://music.yahoo.com/ar-257571---Men-At-Work)
Yes I thought I might provide some word association.
The governement has not banned Vegemite.
Apparently Kraft thinks there's a ban due to folate, but the FDA hasn't said anything about it, and is not targeting it.
Never let a good yarn spoil the truth. But there is precedent: