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Toasted WFO bread (with Vegemite and butter - which I suspect will not impress our American cousins
You got that right. We had a young lady in the states from your country watch our children during the day (she was an exchange student). She brought some Vegemite over and raved about it. For the life of me... I don't know how you can eat it
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Wota and Les,

Ummm, Vegemite, definitely an acquire taste. My family is from Hawaii, so everyone stateside says the same thing about poi (ground taro root). Maybe I need to experiment with Vegemite and Poi Pizzas LOL.
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Ummm, Vegemite, definitely an acquire taste. My family is from Hawaii, so everyone stateside says the same thing about poi (ground taro root). Maybe I need to experiment with Vegemite and Poi Pizzas LOL.
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magnificent stuff.
Its frightful stuff unless spread as light as a fairies fart.
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True. If you slather it on like you would peanut butter, you aren't going to enjoy it.
Maybe that's what I did wrong - that, and the stuff tastes bad
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