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Marmite Spray

Marmite. In a spraycan.
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I'm one of those people that likes a *little* delicate bit of marmite on a piece of hot toast just slathered in butter. Has to be butter, mind, none of this spreadable buttermilk mixed with nonbiodegradable margarine.

A problem I often find is if the marmite is cold; the glob of marmite on the knife doesn't spread nicely onto the crisp toast surface, but 'wipes' the butter (and the top layer of toasted crumbs) off the toast.

Hence the need for Marmite Spray. Point it at your toast and press the plunger. A fine marmite mist settles onto your toast without disrupting the fine crumbly surface. Mmmmm. Spray more for a stronger hit.

Or use for a handy instant moustache disguise that you can lick off when you don't need it any more.

bumhat, Oct 03 2007

Marmite http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marmite
For aliens and anyone else who hasn't yet encountered the "devil's spawn" [imaginality, Oct 04 2007]

Anecdotal evidence http://www.sevenoaksart.co.uk/marmite.htm
for Marmite helping deter mosquitoes [imaginality, Oct 04 2007]


       I hate Marmite, but [+] anyway. You may need some sort of volatile carrier solvent.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 03 2007

       pile it high and deep for me. but i'll give you a bit of bread for just posting something that puts more Marmite into the world. +
k_sra, Oct 03 2007

       I love Marmite +
xenzag, Oct 03 2007

       [+] from another Marmite-lover. Also, anecdotal evidence suggests eating marmite works as a mosquito deterrent (true in my experience), so perhaps spraying //a fine marmite mist// into the air could produce the same benefit for non-Marmite-eaters?
imaginality, Oct 04 2007

       Wouldn't Bush be interested in this as an air-dispersal system for an obviously toxic nerve agent? Marmite is a crime against humanity.   

       I'm not so shallow as to bone this for the marmite factor, but a big thumbs down for anything that contains marmite.   

       Vegemite, now, that's a different story.
Custardguts, Oct 04 2007

       Excellent idea [+], not nearly halfbaked enough. Combine it with spray butter and trigger it with the toaster and you're cooking on gas (by cooking I mean toasting and by gas I mean a metal element with a current flowing through it. No screw it, make a gas toaster, halfbaked all the way).
marklar, Oct 04 2007

       Can also be used for Marmite grafitti
hippo, Oct 04 2007

       could also be sensibly applied to tapenade, humus, tzatsiki and even (dare I say it) baba ganoush ?
bumhat, Oct 10 2007

       My way... toast the bread, then spread Marmite on the hot toast, *then* put the butter on top of the Marmite. No more smeary nonsense, lots of Marmitey goodness
potatan, Jul 07 2009

       Got to bone this. Marmite pots are just as iconic as Marmite itself - this whole conveniencising of classic spreads and sauces has gone far enough. First it was squeezy ketchup, then squeezy Marmite, then green ketchup....   

       Look. Marmite comes in little black oval pots where you have to scoop out a dollop with a knife and twist it around so that you don't leave a trail of Marmite between pot and plate. Heinz tomato ketchup comes in hexagonal glass bottles which you have to hold upside down and slap for five minutes before anything comes out. End of.
wagster, Jul 08 2009

       I must have had a heavy night last night, I keep reading this as Maritime Spray, yarrr!
zen_tom, Jul 08 2009

       /Heinz tomato ketchup comes in hexagonal glass bottles which you have to hold upside down and slap for five minutes before anything comes out./   

       And we liked it!
bungston, Jul 08 2009

       Thank you [bung]. We must put a stop to this condiment treachery.
wagster, Jul 08 2009


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