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Old 02-03-2014, 03:46 AM
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Just tried Lamingtons and Tim Tams for the first time today. It's official. DEFINITELY not going back to the US (provided Immi lets me stay!)
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I have been in aus for quite a while now and I forgot all these food are aussie food lol. I didn't know milo is aussie food because I had it where I am from. I just found that it was actually invented by aussie thanks to wikipedia! I am not a fan of liquorice at all! it tastes disgusting. I am not sure if that is aussie food though. Pizza Shape is my husband's favourite, we always need to have it at home for him. I prefer the chicken flavour myself. No vegemite for me for sure!! It is just salty! but for some reasons you gotta have it in the fridge though lol My husband loves it and I just can't like it no matter how. My toasts tell me not to put any. my friend from the US loves it and he once asked me to send him a jar until he could find it locally.

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Putting Vegemite and tomato sauce in the fridge is VERY unaustralian, lol :P
Vegemite should be kept in the cupboard, but the debate is alive about refrigerating tomato sauce, some people prefer it but personally my family has never done it and I'm still alive.

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I don't refrigerate tomato sauce either. I just think why put a cold condiment on a hot food? Like a hot meat pie (and OMG at how delicious a beef rendang pie would be - yum!) or a hot dog with cold sauce!

Vegemite on toast with LOTS of butter is my comfort food

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Salada crackers, butter n vegemite while watching a movie at home.....heaven

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LAMINGTON!! CG theres this one cookie thingy they have that you can have with Coffee in the morning..O...M...G! In 2 weeks im going to post the name cuz. Forgot what its called. Soooo delicious 8-O~ drooL

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Hi,
I never try this vegemite but I think I should try this dish one time because many people like it or many people hate it so lets see.
If you do decide to try it on toast, this is how it should be spread. A lot of people make the mistake of lathering it on like it's peanut butter or something.

The rule of thumb:

Cook toast, remove it from the toaster immediately and generously spread with butter or margarine. Use lots, the more the merrier Don't let the toast get cool because it makes it harder to spread the butter.

Place a small amount of Vegemite on the toast and spread it thinly like in the picture above.

Sit back and enjoy.

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Yes, the toast should still be seen through the vegemite butter makes it even more awesome and the creaminess cuts the saltiness of the vegemite.

Scones with butter and vegemite are good too, as well as damper!

I like vegemite with melted cheese on toast as well.

I'm eating vegemite and cheese toasted fingers right now

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This thread inspired me to try Vegemite for the first time. I apparently like it spread so thin it's barely visible, haha. But it's not bad.

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I never bother with butter when I have vegemite on toast, although I do add tomato and cheese. Tonight for supper I put a fried egg on it too. Yummy.

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