Is this the end of Vegemite??

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by AFA06, Sep 27, 2009.

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  1. Ever since Men at Work sang about it (for you oldies out there) Vegemite has been well known the world over - before that and today, it is a household name in Australia - their version of Marmite.

    So why on Earth have they renamed it iSnack 2.0 ???

    Aussies, always good for a laugh!!!!
  2. :lol:

    Vegemite or iSnack 2.0 = Marmite Walt.
  3. Don't panic! The new vegemite thing is not replacing the original.

    The new vegemite has cheese flavour added (don't know why).

    Proper vegemite is still available at Woolworths (no relation to the UK Woolworths) :)

  4. So Sorry, Vegemite was the FIRST recycled BEER product, Marmite was and always is a rippoff of the original best part of Fosters lager
  5. Not according to Wankipedia:

    Of course Wankipedia isn't always correct. Interesting start to the day. :lol:
  6. Either way - both taste absolutely bogging!

    Give me crunchy peanut butter any day
  7. The cream cheese has been added so butter is no longer required on bread with the new stuff and it can spread easier straight from the fridge. Apparently.
  8. I'll add Marmite on white bread with peanut butter spread on top to the has to be crunchy peanut butter though, you don't want to ruin the taste :wink:

    Well I like it! :roll:
  9. Vegemite, nowt like our marmite, tastes pish.
    No offence and all like, poofs.
  10. Marmite is a by product of beer production. Who in fcuks name decided to stick his finger in that slop and taste it!
  11. Vegemite. The food of heroes. Could you eat a spoonful in one go?

    I'm already regretting asking that question.
  12. vegemite shite is in the compo :x
  13. why couldnt they put in a little tube of marmite?
    oh no, they put in the ausie shi*e instead!
  14. Vegemite? You either love it or hate it.
    Personally I hate it, but most Aussies love it.
    But there again they love chemical beer, so that explains it, which is fair dinkum. :D