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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Ihavenojob, 9 Jan 2020.

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Marmite

  1. LOVE IT

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    69.2%
  2. HATE IT

    4 vote(s)
    30.8%
  1. Well, certainly sorted on the savoury spread side there. Each to their own, I mean you are wrong in some of your spread choices, but hey ho!
     
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  3. Notch7

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    I dont possess any peanut butter, havent had it for decades.

    Am I missing something?
     
  4. No.
     
  5. KenGMac

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    Works exceptionally well in Rodent traps [seriously]
     
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    There is a jar of M&M spread, also Reese's spread and some honey,golden syrup, marmalade (yeurghhh) Nutella and speculoos(goes well on warm waffles with ice cream)

    Yes, its great on warm toast, or by the spoonful .
     
  7. Marmite & banana on a Sourdough tostie. Screenshot_20200110_212322_com.android.gallery3d.jpg
     
  8. KenGMac

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    Haggis + Neeps + Tatties.
     
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    I love it.

    We always have it on burns night
    Cranachan for desert
     
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  11. Love that.
     
  12. Never had haggis. Not averse to trying though. Love black pudding so not squeamish, just don't think about what it's made of.
     
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    I won’t touch haggis out of principle. I don’t agree with the way they are reared and then killed at such a young age....
     
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    Never ceases to interest me the legs on each side being different lengths so they can run around the hills?
     
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    How mature are the (reared for killing) pheasant you dog retrieves?
     
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    Peppery delicious and filling.
     
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    Veggie haggis is gorgeous!

    Agree with the cold (crisp) buttered toast.

    I like my bread sliced very thin, so it goes very crisp. Either that, or put it in a low oven and cook it through so it's crispy right the way through.

    Love Marmite. Never tried Vegemite, but wouldn't say no.

    Always loved PB and Marmite together BUT...it has to be crunchy PB.

    Another favourite of mine is Crunchy PB and marmalade!

    Mind you, not had that in ages.

    Loved having Bovril during the BSE crisis - it was cow-free.

    I remember having some on toast when I was about 5 (when I wasn't veggie) and it was to die for!
     
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