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    Doesn't look like you will be able to buy Marmite, Mo.. Info from Wikipedia

    Marmite is a food spread made from yeast extract invented by German scientist Justus von Liebig and originally made in the United Kingdom. It is a by-product of beer brewing and is produced by Dutch-British company Unilever. Other similar products include the Australian Vegemite

    On 24 January 2014, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency was noted, in a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation story, as preparing to stop the sale of Marmite, as well as Vegemite and Ovaltine, in Canada because they were enriched with vitamins and minerals which were not listed by Canadian food regulations. The agency said the products were not a health hazard.[35] The CFIA later specified that these specific items had been seized because they were not the versions that are formulated for sale in Canada and which satisfied all Canadian food regulations. Canadian versions of Marmite and the other products would still be permitted to be sold in Canada.

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    wow thanks for the info YB - tho I'm not Mo or in CA.....

    Anyone have a great meatloaf recipe? I'll trade for a GREAT margarita recipe !!! ha! We have tried EVERY(well a lot) meatloaf recipes I can find -homemade or package - tips off the internet - family tips - UGH!

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    I think you can buy it Fours, although perhaps not in the big stores. More likely in the smaller, family owned shops

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    OFF topic kinda??? I have fallen in love with the easiest "cobbler" recipe it's called Cupa cupa cupa....
    1 cup of sugar
    1cup of SR flour
    1cup of milk
    1 cup of your choice of fruit (juices included)
    set oven to 350 & let a stick of butter melt & sizzle turning slightly brown then take out - add ingredients ... place back in oven &
    bake 350 for 50 minutes ( I foil it 10 minutes before)

    easy & good. oh! vanilla ice cream!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4AMNTN View Post
    OFF topic kinda??? I have fallen in love with the easiest "cobbler" recipe it's called Cupa cupa cupa....
    1 cup of sugar
    1cup of SR flour
    1cup of milk
    1 cup of your choice of fruit (juices included)
    set oven to 350 & let a stick of butter melt & sizzle turning slightly brown then take out - add ingredients ... place back in oven &
    bake 350 for 50 minutes ( I foil it 10 minutes before)

    easy & good. oh! vanilla ice cream!
    We make this recipe too! YUM!
    The rules are: There ain't no rules.

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    oh hey!

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    You ok 4a?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan M. View Post
    We make this recipe too! YUM!

    So do I!

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    Never tried it but it sounds good

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