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Would You Eat a Marmite Sandwich?

This year, Marmite — a cult British favorite — introduced a champagne flavor for Valentine's Day. The original Marmite is made from a yeast extract and is a dark brown, salty paste with an intense flavor similar to soy sauce. The paste is then spread on toast or crackers. Nigella Lawson is even known for her recipe for Marmite sandwiches in which she whisks butter and Marmite together and spreads it onto sliced white bread.

The new limited-edition I Love You version contains a hint of champagne, but is still the same intense flavor.

So what I want to know is, would you eat Marmite? How about a Marmite sandwich?

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