Vegemite


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Vegemite

(ˈvɛdʒɪˌmaɪt)
n
1. (Cookery) trademark a vegetable extract used as a spread, flavouring, etc
2. (not capital) informal a child, esp one who is well-behaved
3. happy little vegemite informal a person who is in good humour
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Processed foods are available too, such as cheese, soft drinks and vegemite. There is scope to bring more Australian products to Qatar -- for example fresh dates, which have a different harvest season from Qatar, and camel meat.
"The Vegemite from Australia is causing a bit of an international incident," he said, referring to the thick, black food spread.
Australian visitor Nichole Courtney said she was surprised to come across Vegemite, her homeland's sandwich spread of concentrated yeast extract which is known to divide opinion.
She was also asked which is better out of Marmite and Vegemite and picked the latter with confidence while saying "that's easy" only to be surprised that the correct answer is "Marmite."
He sounds as Aussie as Vegemite and Crocodile Dundee but Mike Vigor has vowed to prove he's not lost touch with his Scottish side by helping our hoops stars put England to the sword.
Kmart Australia is using Afinia Label's L301 color label printer, powered by HP thermal inkjet technology, to personalize Vegemite and Nutella jars at the point of sale.
The result would, apparently: "Be a little bit like Marmite or Vegemite."
"It's a little strange, but the concept would be a little bit like Marmite or Vegemite, where you're eating a smear of 'microbial goo.'"
"It's a little strange, but the concept would be a little bit like Marmite or Vegemite where you're eating a smear of 'microbial goo.'"
That Vegemite actually tastes good, when it really doesn't.
Vegemite, for example, fully meets my expectation of being a great deal like Marmite, but still nowhere near worthy of winning a place in my Marmite-loving heart.