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MarmiteGate!
#31
LOL  Bugs has a pic for everything Smile

Stay, Leave, whatever - I'll not be buying marmite again (or any other british product unless it's unavoidable Blush )
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#32
J, so no cornershops or sandwich shops for you, or Butchers?, I admire your commitment. Admiration with just a hint of sympathy for your family :-))
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#33
No to corner shops or sandwich shops. Sandwich shops make me feel a bit squeamish anyway The butchers closed years ago and I'm not driving miles to shop.

The family are all onboard with it. We are not alone either
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#34
Anybody ever tried fresh field mushrooms fried in Marmite?
OOh, I'm gonna drool in a minit!
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#35
(13-10-2016, 08:02 PM)emmerson Wrote: Anybody ever tried fresh field mushrooms fried in Marmite?
OOh, I'm gonna drool in a minit!

Nope !! nah
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#36
no more pg tips for me. typhoo or yorkshire from now on. unilever might regret their greed, i know a lot of people who are saying the same.
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#37
Tea is one of our unavoidables. We swapped to Typhoo which is produced on the Wirral I believe.

I don't drink tea and haven't done for over 20 years
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#38
(14-10-2016, 07:00 PM)Jay Wrote: Tea is one of our unavoidables. We swapped to Typhoo which is produced on the Wirral I believe.

I don't drink tea and haven't done for over 20 years

Jay
 I feel a slight correction is needed, the word "produced" needs to be replaced by "Packed". Yes some tea is grown in Wales I believe.   Blush
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#39
(13-10-2016, 08:02 PM)emmerson Wrote: Anybody ever tried fresh field mushrooms fried in Marmite?
OOh, I'm gonna drool in a minit!

Nurse! Nurse!!

He's out again!

LoL
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#40
(14-10-2016, 07:52 PM)David from Suffolk Wrote:
(14-10-2016, 07:00 PM)Jay Wrote: Tea is one of our unavoidables. We swapped to Typhoo which is produced on the Wirral I believe.

I don't drink tea and haven't done for over 20 years

Jay
 I feel a slight correction is needed, the word "produced" needs to be replaced by "Packed". Yes some tea is grown in Wales I believe.   Blush

It's certainly not grown at Moreton but it's processed there. It comes off a production line as a product  Huh



 
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