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Marmite

Yeast extract

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What’s Marmite? Well, basically marmite is a spread paste made from yeast extract. As many other typical products of a certain country, it was thought up from the leftovers of the elaboration of other products. In this case, it comes from the residual remains of beer. This is the reason why it has a salty taste and is not sweet. Marmite is cataloged as a flavoring food and it can be found in all the Anglo-Saxon countries. It is especially popular in England.

How do you eat Marmite?
This black colored paste is a spread that is normally used on toasts, but also it is added in many English dishes. Some examples are: onion’s soup, sandwiches, omelet’s, eggs, spaghetti, burgers, sausages and pizzas. As you can see, it is eaten both at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

How it all did start?
With the aim of taking advantage of the leftovers from the Bass beer’s factory, a German scientist, Justus von Liebig, discovered how to concentrate yeast, for later on, bottling it and eating it. A few years after, in 1902, the company of Marmite Food Extract was established in Staffordshire, UK. In the following years, they managed to open another factory and, consequently, Marmite became more popular and popular throughout the United Kingdom.

A Marmite’s curiosity is its slogan which says ‘Love it or hate it’, it´s a product you either like a lot or not at all.
To decide whether you like it or not, you gotta try it, don´t you?

  • Brand Marmite
  • Origin Reino Unido
  • Net weight 125 gr.
  • Ingredients Yeast extract, salt, vegetable extract, niacin, thiamin, spice extracts (contains celery), riboflavin, folic acid, vitamin B12.
  • Preparation Thin layer on a slice of bread or cracker with cheese or on a hot toast with butter.
  • Preservation Store in a dark and cool place.
  • Information about allergies 100% vegetarian

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