ChatterBank1 min ago
Marmite v Bovril
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Useless info.... Bovril was invented as 'Beef Tea'. Derived from boiled stock, reduced to syrup and dried. The powder is dispersable in water and the 'syrup' is the spread. Use Bovril to thicken stews and stocks. Beef Oxo is about 0.6% beef I think, and Beef Bisto - no meat in that at all.
Vegemite in Australia is like Marmite as a yeast spread. Both will make a drink, but may not be to everyones liking.