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Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

8 Jul 2009 10:18
this is how im rolling for lunch today. addicted to M$s fruit at the moment, 2 for a fiver as well, which is a bonus.
snaye
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11111 posts since 24/10/02

8 Jul 2009 10:46
aitch wrote:
schtoop wrote: aitch you tried those marmite snack-a-jacks? fuck me so good

Nah, but i'm going to cop some tonight if I can find them. I'm not to keen on the marmite spread but all these other products they do are so nice. Marmite cheese is really good too.

Whats this about Marmite Cheese? Is it a Marmite endorsed cheese? Or just that you say Marmite and cheese are nice toegther (which they are). I need to know about this as I have a huge Marmite addiction, I put it in anything ,in burgers, Bacon Sandwiches, on pizzas, in wraps, in some stir fries. My addication was so bad as a kid I forced my mum to send of for a marmite jumper and cooking bib with the attached vouchers. I even own a solid silver Marmite lid which goes on my in use jar.

The Marmite cashews are v. nice best when you get all the flavoured dust at the bottom. The Rice cakes not as good IMO.
nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

8 Jul 2009 10:52
snaye wrote:
aitch wrote:
schtoop wrote: aitch you tried those marmite snack-a-jacks? fuck me so good

Nah, but i'm going to cop some tonight if I can find them. I'm not to keen on the marmite spread but all these other products they do are so nice. Marmite cheese is really good too.

Whats this about Marmite Cheese? Is it a Marmite endorsed cheese? Or just that you say Marmite and cheese are nice toegther (which they are). I need to know about this as I have a huge Marmite addiction, I put it in anything ,in burgers, Bacon Sandwiches, on pizzas, in wraps, in some stir fries. My addication was so bad as a kid I forced my mum to send of for a marmite jumper and cooking bib with the attached vouchers. I even own a solid silver Marmite lid which goes on my in use jar.

The Marmite cashews are v. nice best when you get all the flavoured dust at the bottom. The Rice cakes not as good IMO.

I have Marmite every day for breakfast (on 4 slices of toast) but that is some serious addiction you have. I read somewhere that it is realy good for you though, the B vitamins and folic acid are supposed to help prevent cancer.

I have a Marmite cookbook, which is basically normal food with Marmite slapped on it, but it's good.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

8 Jul 2009 10:52
http://www.fuk.co.uk/threads/weirdos?page=39
snaye
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11111 posts since 24/10/02

8 Jul 2009 11:05
nick2 wrote:
snaye wrote:
aitch wrote:
schtoop wrote: aitch you tried those marmite snack-a-jacks? fuck me so good

Nah, but i'm going to cop some tonight if I can find them. I'm not to keen on the marmite spread but all these other products they do are so nice. Marmite cheese is really good too.

Whats this about Marmite Cheese? Is it a Marmite endorsed cheese? Or just that you say Marmite and cheese are nice toegther (which they are). I need to know about this as I have a huge Marmite addiction, I put it in anything ,in burgers, Bacon Sandwiches, on pizzas, in wraps, in some stir fries. My addication was so bad as a kid I forced my mum to send of for a marmite jumper and cooking bib with the attached vouchers. I even own a solid silver Marmite lid which goes on my in use jar.

The Marmite cashews are v. nice best when you get all the flavoured dust at the bottom. The Rice cakes not as good IMO.

I have Marmite every day for breakfast (on 4 slices of toast) but that is some serious addiction you have. I read somewhere that it is realy good for you though, the B vitamins and folic acid are supposed to help prevent cancer.

I have a Marmite cookbook, which is basically normal food with Marmite slapped on it, but it's good.


Im the same not a day goes by where I dont have Marmite on toast every day. The only times I dont are when Im abroad and cant get it. Although when I was younger Id take a pot with me and sneak it down for breakfast. I dont anymore. Got the same cookbook used it a few times and then started experimenting with Marmite and trying Marmite with everything and anything.

I get some wierd looks when I go in a greasy spoon and ask for a bacon sandwich and ask them for marmite in it.

Anyone who likes Marmite should try it in a Bacon sandwich, most of my friends thought it was fucking wierd but Ive got them to try it and they now have it in their bacon sarnies.
aitch
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8925 posts since 19/8/07

8 Jul 2009 11:09
snaye wrote:
aitch wrote:
schtoop wrote: aitch you tried those marmite snack-a-jacks? fuck me so good

Nah, but i'm going to cop some tonight if I can find them. I'm not to keen on the marmite spread but all these other products they do are so nice. Marmite cheese is really good too.

Whats this about Marmite Cheese? Is it a Marmite endorsed cheese? Or just that you say Marmite and cheese are nice toegther (which they are). I need to know about this as I have a huge Marmite addiction, I put it in anything ,in burgers, Bacon Sandwiches, on pizzas, in wraps, in some stir fries. My addication was so bad as a kid I forced my mum to send of for a marmite jumper and cooking bib with the attached vouchers. I even own a solid silver Marmite lid which goes on my in use jar.

The Marmite cashews are v. nice best when you get all the flavoured dust at the bottom. The Rice cakes not as good IMO.

Its packaged a bit like babybel, but its cheddar with marmite flavour.


In the supermarkets next to the babybels, so so nice, I'm going to get some tonight to go with the snackajacks.
Davinho
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2469 posts since 2/12/08

8 Jul 2009 11:09
Marmite on toast dipped in Heinz Tomato soup is lovely.
snaye
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11111 posts since 24/10/02

8 Jul 2009 11:10
Fuck me you just made my day. Im getting stuck into some fo those later.

The snack-a-jacks are a slight dissapointment I have to say.
Jason789
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6210 posts since 2/1/07

8 Jul 2009 11:17
marmite is rank. the casuals all seem to love bovril on match day
nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

8 Jul 2009 11:20
My Marmite addiction is only matched by an addiction to Hendersons Relish, which is a Sheffield thing, I have it on almost everything.

Will try the Marmite and bacon sarnie for breakfast tomorow.

Bovril is ok too, but it used to be better before it went vegetarian.



InWonderland
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2662 posts since 8/2/07

8 Jul 2009 11:23
I just had to go and make myself some marmite on toast after reading this..
Ulster_Blue
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5625 posts since 16/7/06

8 Jul 2009 11:24
Jason789 wrote: marmite is rank. the casuals all seem to love bovril on match day

Bovril really is rancid. Do u work at a footie stadium Jason?
Weebarneyman
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510 posts since 23/9/06

8 Jul 2009 11:26
I seem to have chilli sauces with everything I eat.
I am sure there is a monumentally nice brand out there though that I haven't partaken of yet.
What are you guys using?
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

8 Jul 2009 11:27
Jason789 wrote: marmite is rank. the casuals all seem to love bovril on match day
the casuals like bovril cos its the hottest thing to dash in the other fans face in a tear up. 9no milk or shit, straight from the urn, gits me?)
nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

8 Jul 2009 11:29
Weebarneyman wrote: I seem to have chilli sauces with everything I eat.

There is a sauce called "Dave's Insanity Sauce" you can get in the US (perhaps here too) that is so hot it's the only food stuff I've ever been frightened of, you can imagine it causeing 3rd degree burns or accidentaly blinding someone.

schtoop
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13050 posts since 9/4/07

8 Jul 2009 11:33
nick2 wrote:
Weebarneyman wrote: I seem to have chilli sauces with everything I eat.

There is a sauce called "Dave's Insanity Sauce" you can get in the US (perhaps here too) that is so hot it's the only food stuff I've ever been frightened of, you can imagine it causeing 3rd degree burns or accidentaly blinding someone.

is that the stuff which says "used for stripping floorboards" or something like that on the back?
exactlythat
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2346 posts since 27/10/07

8 Jul 2009 11:35
Weebarneyman wrote: I seem to have chilli sauces with everything I eat.
I am sure there is a monumentally nice brand out there though that I haven't partaken of yet.
What are you guys using?

this stuff

nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

8 Jul 2009 11:37
schtoop wrote:
nick2 wrote:
Weebarneyman wrote: I seem to have chilli sauces with everything I eat.

There is a sauce called "Dave's Insanity Sauce" you can get in the US (perhaps here too) that is so hot it's the only food stuff I've ever been frightened of, you can imagine it causeing 3rd degree burns or accidentaly blinding someone.

is that the stuff which says "used for stripping floorboards" or something like that on the back?

yeah, thats it. You only need to add about 3 drops to a full pan of chilli, any more than that and the pan dissolves.

Jason789
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6210 posts since 2/1/07

8 Jul 2009 11:40
Ulster_Blue wrote:
Jason789 wrote: marmite is rank. the casuals all seem to love bovril on match day

Bovril really is rancid. Do u work at a footie stadium Jason?
back in the day i did
schtoop
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13050 posts since 9/4/07

8 Jul 2009 11:41
nick2 wrote:
schtoop wrote:
nick2 wrote:
Weebarneyman wrote: I seem to have chilli sauces with everything I eat.

There is a sauce called "Dave's Insanity Sauce" you can get in the US (perhaps here too) that is so hot it's the only food stuff I've ever been frightened of, you can imagine it causeing 3rd degree burns or accidentaly blinding someone.

is that the stuff which says "used for stripping floorboards" or something like that on the back?

yeah, thats it. You only need to add about 3 drops to a full pan of chilli, any more than that and the pan dissolves.

i did a teaspoon of it a few weeks back at my friends house, had no idea its was gonna be that bad Cry

went through a whole pack of yogurts and could still feel it almost an hour later