I’m a fan of the somewhat similar Marmite. I buy it in 600g tubs rather than the more common 125g bottles. The wide opening of the tub makes it much easier to extract the Marmite without fouling the rim.
Most evenings I have some Kellogg’s Club Crackers with a dab of Marmite and peanut butter (Marmite + PB = Magic):
I was short on time when I set up for this photo. I usually go lighter on both condiments.
Here’s an article that compares Marmite and Vegemite:
As an aside: If you need to secure some threads but you’re out of Loctite, Marmite will do.
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Last year I had an Australian kid in my class who brought little packs of the stuff to an event after I joked about it. Never had the stuff before. I was floored by how strong it was. Like never been so overwhelmed by a strong tasting food the way I was by Vegemite. I'm a huge fan of salty food, but that was too much.
Salt and yeast? Blech.
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