Marmite Squeezy. Reviews
Product Type: Marmite Spread
Description:Brand: Marmite / Type: Other Spreads / It squeezes, it drizzles, it doesn't make a mess and if you hold it close, you ... more
Newest Review: ... you tear the yellow sticker to show it's sealed) and squeeze. You can get your Marmite as easy as that. You can easily adjust ... more
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Marmite Squeezy 6 x 200g
Marmite Squeezy 6 x 200g
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
When it comes to marmite I have to say I'm a lover not a hater, my husband however seems to find marmite offensive and disgusting (I have no idea how he thinks this, he is very often wrong about things though!! ) Anyway, squeezy marmite is the perfect option for us, as there is no chance of him getting it on his hands when he is making breakfast for us. As many marmite lovers will know, the jars prove tricky little beasts to get the last possible remnants of the gooey goodness out of. They also tend to be extremely messy, and you find yourself scraping a knife around the inside making sure you have got it all off the sides, and it goes all round the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Right, I'm guessing that most people reading this will know about Marmite, but for those who've been living in a cave since 1902, when Marmite arrived on the scene, here's a little description (don't worry, I'll keep it brief). Marmite is brown, sticky yeast extract, with a few extra ingredients thrown in. Doesn't sound too appetising, right? Well, a lot of people can't stand it's strong, distincitive, savoury taste. But then a lot of people relish it too. Hence the unusual tagline, 'love it or hate it'. Personally, I quite like it (hey, there's nothing wrong with sitting on the fence once in a while). In small quantities, Marmite gives a boring sandwich a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I purchased a 200g plastic tub of Marmite squeezy from Asda for around the £2.20 mark and this is available from Tesco and Waitrose for a similar price. This 'squeezy' variety is just the standard marmite in a plastic pot which is squeezable and comes with a yellow lid (which it stands on) and it has a plastic valve inside which can mean that once you've used 1/3 or so of the pot that you begin to have to squeeze quite hard to release the Marmite at all. I always find with these pots that I get near the end of the Marmite and have to start unscrewing the lid and using a knife to get my portion out. Marmite contains Vitamin B12 which is great for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I love Marmite and get through quite a lot of it both as a spread and in cooking, I always buy the traditional glass jar as I cannot see the sense in paying so much extra for a squeezy plastic bottle which eventually will have to be used with a spoon or knife as the last bit of thick Marmite would inevitably be stuck in the jar and impossible to squeeze out. It's only because these were reduced to just 75p in my local discount store that I gave in and bought the squeezy one, in fact I bought four bottles as that price was just too good to miss! It's exactly the same Marmite as you'd find in a glass jar and this plastic bottle is actually designed to look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/08 (Very useful, 141 readings)
if we'd been jewish then I guess our mum would have fed us 4 poorly children chicken soup but we are aren't so we got marmite sandwiches instead! in the 1950s & early 60s it was quite common for children to get tonsillitis & so my brothers, sister & myself were sometimes off school for a week or so each term awaiting our tonsillectomies &my mum's cure for everything was marmite! I can't say it actually worked wonders but there is plenty of vitamin b & the salt must have helped our sore throats - as adults we are all relatively healthy so maybe it WAS the marmite?! my 17 year old daughter's suffering from a stinking ... Read the complete review
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