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My brother in law had a jar of that stuff but I haven't tasted it. If I ever have the opportunity to visit again, maybe I'll give it a try.Poor Bill!
Vegemite substitutes for spackle and epoxy... dries hard like tree sap, can be sanded and painted, but will break saw teeth if more than 1/16th inch is applied!Please read safety instructions on back of jar.Haste yee back ;-)
To his great credit Bill gave it a go. He reports his son thinks it would taste better with hot sauce.
It is not just Gary with plans for world domination :)It is all Australians. Ever wondered why we made Vegemite in the first place? :)
I've used vegemite to make taxidermic molds.Haste yee back ;-)
I'm eating Vegemite on toast as I read this while sitting at my desk in Canada. Hmmmm.... The trick to eating Vegemite is to spread it paper thin with lots of butter on bread. Don't pile it high like my pre-schooler does with Nutella. Ah yes, Aussie world domination, one jar of Vegemite and Tim-Tam biscuit at a time... Mwahahahahaha mate!
Hi Alli. I don't hold much hope for Vegemite, but Tim Tams really could conquer the world.
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