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Vegemite 400g Jar

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Developed in Australia in the 1920's An excellent source of Thiamin (vitamin B1) A good source of Niacin (vitamin B3) and Riboflavin (vitamin B2) Delicious in both sandwiches and on toast Made from brewer's yeast. Given official endorsement from the British Medical Association as a rich source of Vitamin B. SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS. CONTAINS FOLIC ACID. WITH ADDED VITAMINS. Per 4g serving Calories 8 <1% of an adult's guideline daily amount.


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Size: 400g
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002O10K6C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,145 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Rowland on May 21, 2010
Size: 400g Verified Purchase
Vegemite Vegemite 400g Jaris practically unknown in North America, but I'll bet there is no one is Australia of an ethnicity who has never heard of Vegemite, and of those who have, almost everyone will have some at home. Every restaurant and side of the road eatery carries it. It comes in tubes, jars, and little packets like jams and butter substitutes do in the US. It is Vegemite, the concentrated yeast extract spread that goes on most slices of bread or toast Down Under. Dark brown to be almost black, it has a strong taste, so if you're a novice, spread it thin. Americans who try Vegemite fall into two categories: those who hate it or love it immediately. Don't take my word for it, check it out online: there is no better sourse for B vitamins than Vegemite. If your are used to nothing other than peanut butter and jam on your bread and toast, you are ready for a change, a change for a low-calorie healthy product that you won't be able to stop talking about. It's flavour is unique; it's closest cousin is the British and New Zealand Marmite, though similar, is not the same. Ordering it in the US is more expensive than getting it Oz, but it is a sacrifce that I am happy to make just to have it on the table.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By sem boundries on May 14, 2010
Size: 400g Verified Purchase
I was a little leery about trying Vegemite...it has such bad press outside of Australia, but I find I absolutely love it. It is extremely salty, slightly beerish and very savoury. So far I have mostly consumed it with bread and butter...but I have already started taking tastes straight from the jar. I also find I like it better with whole wheat bread than white.

I think the main challenge for the uninitiated is that it looks like it might be sweet. It is not sweet at all and you should use it very sparingly mixed with plenty of butter, at least at first.

Sadly, my husband also likes it and my supply is dwindling rapidly. I wish they sold it in a larger size.
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38 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Ethical Heretic on January 3, 2011
Size: 400g
I was frightened by my breakfast today. Vegemite on buttered toast. Yes, I had researched the traditional way to eat it. But still... I was scared. I faced my fear. I opened the jar. I stared down the thick, dark, brown, gooey goo. I took a spoon and took control. I spooned out a tiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnny bit. Tiny. I put it on the edge of my toast. I made a face. I took a bite. I smiled. In dismay. In pleasure. I picked up the spoon again and commanded the brown goo to give me more more more. Well, still sparingly, but, nevertheless... more. I used no more than 1/2 teaspoon on my slice of toast. I had a second slice with another almost 1/2 teaspoon. I updated my Facebook status. People replied in curiosity, in fellowship or in disgust. Or all of the above. About an hour later I craved it again, and I indulged again. Between waking and dinnertime, three slices with that just-less-than-one-half-teaspoonful of Vegemite was all I consumed, and, I swear, I was pleasantly satiated all day and full of energy. Can't wait until breakfast tomorrow! :) (Standard disclaimer: I've been vegetarian for almost 18 years. This had an almost beefy taste. Salty, beefy, vegan, lots of B vitamins. Yum.)
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Sandra M. Greenberg on January 30, 2010
Size: 400g Verified Purchase
After looking around at specialty stores in my locale, I realized that I could buy Vegemite for less through Amazon's food distribution. I bought 2 jars for my husband, for Hanukkah - he was thrilled! Next best thing to returning to Australia & bringing some back in our luggage! Wish Amazon carried the larger sized jar!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Moss Parker on July 7, 2012
Size: 400g
I went hunting for academic jobs in Australia in 1985. This was right after American media saturation with Men at Work's "Land Down Under". So, after going through customs in Sydney I was a bit hungry. I saw a little food stand and one of the things on the menu list was Vegemite Sandwich. So, I thought, "Why Not?". I was kind of surprised by the first bite. I like salty foods, and by the time I finished the sandwich I was hooked. I brought 4 large size jars back with me. When I finished the third jar back at home, I tried to find a supply. A guy who knew a guy hooked me up with some boutique in New York that was owned by Olivia Newton John and that sold Vegemite. I was saved! Several years later, I moved to Dayton, OH and across from the main gate of Wright-Patterson AFB in downtown Fairborn, there was a little British specialty shop that actually stocked Vegemite. That kept me supplied through most of the early 90s. By the time that the internet had caught on you could go on line and find people (mostly in Australia) who would ship it to you. Now, having the convenience of ordering it from Amazon a jar is only 2 days away. Thanks, Amazon!

If you don't like salty you probably won't like Vegemite sandwiches, however, making a sandwich is only one use for Vegemite. I've been cooking with the stuff since about 1990. One of my favorites is scrambled eggs, with tomato cubes and a tsp of Vegemite. Used this way, the Vegemite becomes much less concentrated than it does on toast and doesn't add much more salt than you probably would normally put on eggs. However, what it does add is an incredible flavor boost. Another of my favorites is Vegemite spaghetti.
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