Marmite peanut butter.

TrickyD

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I'm sure most on here will have seen this stuff by now
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Well, I have just had some on some warm seeded bread toast. I love Marmite, I love peanut butter, so it should be a marriage made in Heaven, right ? It is lovely, can't quite get the hit of Marmite, but it's a much richer,salty peanutty taste. It seems quite runny too, maybe needed stirring a bit more (oil can separate) so possibly not so useful as a boillie paste as I thought it might be. Might have some more now, nom nom nom nom.
 

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Heathen stuff separately, together even worse
 

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This one's not for me...

I like Marmite, but I've never even tried peanut butter - the smell of the stuff puts me right off.
 

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I'm sure most on here will have seen this stuff by now
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Well, I have just had some on some warm seeded bread toast. I love Marmite, I love peanut butter, so it should be a marriage made in Heaven, right ? It is lovely, can't quite get the hit of Marmite, but it's a much richer,salty peanutty taste. It seems quite runny too, maybe needed stirring a bit more (oil can separate) so possibly not so useful as a boillie paste as I thought it might be. Might have some more now, nom nom nom nom.
You could try putting it in a blender with some white crumb to stiffen it up to a very thick paste though. Just keep adding white crumb till you get the consistency required.

It also makes a good bait for rats if left as it is.
 

Arry

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Smearings from the Devil's own @rse... Marmite is only good as a bait coating
 

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Why oh why did they sully one of the finest toast toppings in the world, but adding Marmite to it!
 

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Excellent stuff, but given the choice I’d do it separately, that way I can put more marmite on it!
 

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This one's not for me...

I like Marmite, but I've never even tried peanut butter - the smell of the stuff puts me right off.
Wish l'd known that at Hartleton😁
 

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Peanut butter and banana, or jam or chocolate spread even cheese but Marmite!!! 🤔 I shall invest in a jar
 

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Love Marmite, love peanut butter. I spent about a month looking for this when it first came out last year and bought two pots. I'm struggling to eat it, I need to spread it really thinly.
 

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The Elixir of Gods, wonderful stuff can't get enough of it spread thickly on butter puffs
 

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Peanut Butter - V. Good. But only in smooth format. (Marvellous with Beans on Toast don't ya know)

:sick::sick::sick::sick:
....Marmite
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Apart from the rubbish taste, its named after a French cooking pot! .... I mean .... FRENCH !!!! ....what's the world coming to ferheavenssake!
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Crunchy peanut butter - eat loads of it, Marmite - love it, put the two together and it’s OK, I eat it, but I’m not raving about it.
 
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