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    Talking Marmite

    Orite people

    Was wandering if anyone else out there was into guzzling as much marmite as i do and whether you recommend eating it, i think i must eat about 25 grams a day!!!!.

    I don't know if you guys in America have it ??? If not you probally have an equivalent its a spread which is a yeast extract

    Here is some nutritional info


    Per 100 grams


    Energy : 929kj/219kcal

    Protein : 38.4 grams

    carbohydrate : 19.2 grams
    of which sugars: 0.5 grams

    Fat : 0.1 grams
    of which saturates : Trace

    fibre : 3.1 grams

    Sodium : 4.3 grams

    Thiamin: 5.8 mg (414% RDA)

    Riboflavin: 7.0 mg (438% RDA)

    Niacin: 160.0 mg (889% RDA)

    Folic acid: 1250% RDA

    Vitamin b12: 1500% RDA


    Oh and it tastes pretty damn nice on wholemeal toast!!!!
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    What's Marmite?

    I speak for a lot of people over here in America when I say "Huh? What's that?"
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    Question Too curious

    I had to go look it up. This link will tell you all you want to know about marmite. http://www.worldhealthcare.net/marmite.html
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    Its good stuff

    If you ever come to England you gotta try it!!

    Its a spread thats made of yeast extract its kinda popular with vegetarian people because its high in protein and does not contain any meat products and coz it tastes nice.
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    Holy ****ing ****... did you say 4.3 GRAMS OF SODIUM????? We measure that **** over here in MG's, son. Damn.
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