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    Surprised/Amazed

    after use, it settles in the jar... and it never used to do that.


    I am sure it's not due to global warming.


    So if it's not due global-warming, what is the cause and what should I do?


    This is what is should look like..and do..this is now impossible..

    http://ilforno.typepad.com/photos/un...ed/marmite.jpg


    Has any one else noticed their Marmite behaving strangely?

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    Try storing it somewhere warmer so it spreads more easily

    Never noticed if Marmite settles or not after I open it.
    I plan on beating him to death with his kids. I'll use them as a bludgeon on his face. -

    --Good for them if they survive.

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    when the jar is less full it does look a bit manky sometimes, yeah putting it in a warm place might help, but try not to spread too much of it on the toast because the high amount of salt will make you very thirsty.

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    can you explain how your Marmite used to behave before the change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alien5 View Post
    can you explain how your Marmite used to behave before the change?
    Less temperamental...not as prone to teh hot flashes.

    Peace bd

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    The point is, Marmite never used to find it's own level..one gouged out dollops of Marmite leaving deep impressions in it, and now..it settles leaving no trace of earlier consumptions...
    I found this article on Marmite,

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A184097

    I also noticed my Marmite is not made in the UK

    I am sure it was made in Burton On Trent when I was a kid...

    more info here http://www.open2.net/everwonderedfoo..._the_world.rtf

    info on Vegemite for our Australian members http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A195202
    Last edited by thewizeard; 03-08-2007 at 10:49 AM.

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    i understand now, but i've always known marmite to find its own level after use. all Marmite must be made to the same recipe i think.

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    Maybe Biggles could help us on this one... I am sure he must have consumed some, back in the 20's However, I am refering to the the 1950-70's era, the period I spent living in England...

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    you're right, i just googled marmite changed recipe and found this: http://www.alekhayes.com/squeezy-marmite/

    because it was now dripping off the knife rather than sticking nicely.

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    See!! Thank youAlien5 for showing patience with what at first seemed to be the insignificant rantings of a Marmite Lover, who today even finds himself posting in Rossco's, perpetual thread...


    .now, I don't want to bring this subject back up, but could this be the latest attempt by the forbidden and exiled Bologaise Lovers' Group; to create a sort of "smokescreen," as they once more try to gain foot in the lounge or something more sinister?

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