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That's it really.

 

Got some a few years ago but haven't seen any this year.

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That's it really.

 

Got some a few years ago but haven't seen any this year.

 

A blessing in disguise I imagine.

 

Angel.

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That's it really.

 

Got some a few years ago but haven't seen any this year.

 

Do you have it in a sandwich? I like a Marmite and cheese sandwich, just use it instead of butter and put in some of your favourite cheese, I like a strong cheddar.

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The Babybel ones are available in Sainsbury's. I've never tried them. Should I risk it?

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I think I'll stick to Marmite roast potatoes - yum!

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I think I'll stick to Marmite roast potatoes - yum!

 

I've never tried that....

 

I have some potatoes. I have some marmite. Guess what I'm having for tea tonigh?

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I've never tried that....

 

I have some potatoes. I have some marmite. Guess what I'm having for tea tonigh?

 

 

Pot noodle?

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Pot noodle?

 

They will probably bring out a Marmite Roast Potato flavour one if they see this thread

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The Babybel ones are available in Sainsbury's. I've never tried them. Should I risk it?

 

Depends on whether you enjoy throwing your ring piece up.

 

jb

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It is possible to manufacture your own Marmite cheese if you've got your wits about you ... simply get some cheese (Marmite cheese is good for this!) and spread Marmite on it.

 

For a seasonal hors d'oeuvre this year, try following the above recipe (adding more Marmite if required) and put either fresh snow on the top, or failing that, spread a glass bauble with Marmite cheese as a special treat for the kids! ... the recipes are endless to be honest! :thumbsup:

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