Vegemite ice pops


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2017/12/14/vegemite-ice-pops.html


#2

“Frosty Vom Wands”


#3

Oddly, this kinda vibes with my feelings of Vegemite having a cold, processed aroma vs Marmite’s warm, inviting one.*

*North American here. I don’t have a flag in this fight. I’ll smear Marmite on my toast, drizzle Vegemite sauce over my broccoli, and put Cenovis (well, if I could obtain it) in my soup. I do not give a fark about allegiance.


#4

if you’ve ever tried Duriyan pops from the local chinese grocery - I can’t imagine these taste much worse.


#5

me too. I like vegemite more because it spreads easy but I feel marmite is slightly better tasting.


#6

mmmmmm. frozen dirt.

nevermind I was thinking marmite. After that experience I decided vegemite was off the table.

for reference, I’ll happily eat Hakarl again though… maybe even Hakarl pops… as long as there’s some Brennevin around.


#7

ice pops with their thick, dark yeast spread.

An epicurean delight…


#8

Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.


#9

As an Australian who loves Vegemite - I’m even Melbourne-based, incidentally - on toast etc, I have to say about this: no. Just no. Fuck no.


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#11

Is this strictly neccesary?


#12

Is that an Vegemite Icy Pole™ in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?


#13

Vegemite ice pops?
Vegeshouldn’t ice pops.


#14

That’s OK, up here in the Northern latitudes where it’s winter, we have our own disgusting winter snack. . .


#15

Serious question: should I buy a jar of this stuff and try it out? I assume it’s not Limburger cheese bad.


#16

Steve1989MRE eating Vegemite:

:slight_smile:


#17

I’d say yes, but as an Australian I may not be a trustworthy source. :wink:

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#19

Vegemitenot?


#20

From my understanding, the only people who still eat Hakarl are tourists and travel show hosts.

Now whale steak is just awesome. (Yes I am going to hell)