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Marmite Yeast Extract (1 x 4.4 OZ)
- Marmite Yeast Extract
- Delicious when spread thinly on toast
- Good source of B vitamins
- 4.4 oz glass jar
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Top Customer Reviews
So I had read that this is some powerful stuff, so I open it up and just dab my pinky in it for a quick taste. WOW, that is some strong stuff!! Those other reviews weren't kidding!!! It's also kind of sticky, like a consistency that reminds me of honey (so be careful what it touches, because it's likely to remain there). So the next morning I make some toast and LIGHTLY spread some Marmite on there and tried it . . . still strong, so I put butter on there as well. Not bad but the strong, salty taste of the Marmite definitely hangs on. On another piece of toast I again put a light amount of Marmite on there and then covered it with honey . . . not bad with the combo of salt and sweet.
I've done this for a couple of weeks now, and I can see why the container is so small. Using small amounts it hardly looks like I've made a dent in it at all. I can't say I'm a big fan, but it's definitely an acquired taste that I'm not sure I'll acquire by the time I finish the tiny container off!
I spread it on toast add cheddar cheese, tomato, lettuce (sometimes a boiled egg) and bacon. It gives blt's a kick and the cheddar enhances the flavor.
The verdict's still out. I neither hate nor love, much less like nor dislike, Marmite. I've tried it on plain toast, and I've eaten it on toast topped with eggs. The taste is a bit bitter, like the toast is slightly burned. That would normally be a turnoff, but Marmite is very salty, and that takes the edge off the bitterness.
It's nutritious. You can smell B vitamins when you first open the jar. But I'm not sure the sodium content makes that a point in its favor.
I'll probably finish the jar and forget all about Marmite. It's that underwhelming.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These two little jars were handy. I shared one and didn't have too much left to throw away. I know my friends in Australia love this, but to a woman from Minnesota it is too... Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by Kathleen Martin
Yumsters. If you like this sort of thing, it's just what you think it's gonna be. Good stuff for your gullet.Published on June 19, 2013 by Nacho Zabaleta
There was a mix up inthe shipping address and the owner of the company called me and then sent a replacement free of charge.Published on January 23, 2013 by James Toland
When we were kids we ate it a lot - its versatile, concentrated and a tasty flavoring. Very good on toast with butter and a cup of tea. Read morePublished on July 27, 2012 by Ben
All the taste many tell you about this product - salty and ugh tastes but good for me! I grew up nibbling on compressed yeast when making bread and hoped it would be a similar... Read morePublished on July 25, 2012 by Books2 read
I love it - always have, but its definitely a personal preference taste thing.
Spread it VERY lightly on toast for a savory breakfast.
I purchased two of this and threw them both away. I have never tasted anything to discusting in my life. Read morePublished on September 12, 2011 by phyllis palin