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Old 04-05-2014, 04:03 PM   #1
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What I'm eating for lunch today

Split and toasted jalapeno and cheese bagel. Then I put slices of fresh mozzarella (Costco) on the toasted bagel. Added a smear of Marmite on each cheese slice. Yum!

(People either love or hate Marmite (Vegamite). Guess which group I''m in!)
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Old 04-06-2014, 08:00 AM   #2
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I like an onion bagel, split and toasted, with cream cheese, thin sliced red onion, capers and Nova.
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Old 04-06-2014, 10:49 AM   #3
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I like an onion bagel, split and toasted, with cream cheese, thin sliced red onion, capers and Nova.
I had to look up Nova---- and found it's one of my favorite things on a bagel. (Lox) Never thought to put capers on it.

I used to live in a city where Jewish deli's abounded. Although I'm not Jewish myself I sure learned to love everything at their delis. I miss them now, immensely.

The sad excuses that are sold as bagels here in the PNW are mostly just bread shaped into a bagel shape! Ugh.
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I am ashamed to say my bag of pot stickers is empty and my chili oil is lonely.

Marmite? Never had it, but it sounds gross!.......lol
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Old 04-06-2014, 02:56 PM   #5
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I am ashamed to say my bag of pot stickers is empty and my chili oil is lonely.

Marmite? Never had it, but it sounds gross!.......lol
Neener neener. I'm eating pot sticker soup today. BUT my pantry is bare also---- time for another run to Costco. (My Costco is having a sale on them this month)

Marmite----- you won't know if you like it or not until you try it! Too bad you don't live close to me or I'd give you a smidgen of it to try. And a smidgen is usually what people use for it's a strong taste. But addictive, if you do like it
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Old 04-06-2014, 03:27 PM   #6
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Love Vegemite, get it from a friend in Oz...
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Old 04-06-2014, 04:11 PM   #7
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I am ashamed to say my bag of pot stickers is empty and my chili oil is lonely.

Marmite? Never had it, but it sounds gross!.......lol
With you there, Bones. I had never even heard of Marmite until I lived in hall of residence in college. I was given it on toast by the girl who lived in the room next door - bleuch!

Over the years I've come to the conclusion that you need to be introduced to it at a very early age if you are going to like it.

Having said that, in the days when one had to search out specialist shops to find things for vegetarians, I used to find Marmite useful for making stock for soups for veggie friends. I think the jar in my cupboard (which is the smallest size available) must be at least 30 years old. I think I keep it for its sentimental value.
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I was introduced to Vegemite when I was in my 20's...loved it from first bite. But then I am a salt junkie.
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Leftover turkey, lettuce, tomato, tatziki, and hummus on a warmed up, homemade ww pita.
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