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from Austria Hello people. I found a recipe for Vegemite in an AUSTRIAN cookbook, oddly. I don't know how close to form this turns out, and I'm not entirely sure I translated the German right. One way to find out, I guess. You'll have to adjust for metric, and I found fresh yeast in little cubes here next to cheese, but I'm not sure I've ever seen it in the States! 2 small onions 2 Tablespoons butter 2 Tablespoons dried bread crumbs 60 g fresh yeast 1/4 Liter milk 1/2 Tablespoon Majoram (a spice) Dice the onion finely, fry in butter. Stir in yeast and breadcumbs, cook until yeast begins to brown. Add milk, stir, and allow mixture to boil, then remove from heat. Crumble and add Majoram. Remember, Vegemite is to be spread THINLY on bread, it has a rather, shall we say, DISTINCTIVE flavor.

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Hello people. I found a recipe for Vegemite in an AUSTRIAN cookbook, oddly.

I don't know how close to form this turns out, and I'm not entirely sure I translated the German right. One way to find out, I guess. You'll have to
adjust for metric, and I found fresh yeast in little cubes here next to cheese, but I'm not sure I've ever seen it in the States!

2 small onions
2 Tablespoons
butter
2 Tablespoons dried
bread crumbs
60
g fresh
yeast
1/4
Liter milk
1/2 Tablespoon Majoram (a spice)

Dice the onion finely, fry in butter.
Stir in
yeast and breadcumbs, cook until yeast begins to brown.
Add
milk, stir, and allow mixture to boil, then remove from heat.
Crumble and add Majoram.

Remember, Vegemite is to be spread THINLY on
bread, it has a rather, shall we say, DISTINCTIVE flavor.



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from WA, Australia wrote:0  0

Nothing like vegemite =) Im not sure you translated the german correctly either.
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