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Old 08-16-2009, 11:04 PM   #1
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I'm interested if anyone has made homemade marmite? I'm thinking about trying to make some, but I lack the basic knowledge of its production. How does one encourage autolysis? What other flavors are there in Marmite(I think celery...)

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Old 08-16-2009, 11:24 PM   #2
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So its like how soysauce is made? You add water and salt to bring it up to a 30% salinity and let it age in the sun until it creates the desired taste? Then what... boil it down?

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Yeah it just depends on how thick you want it I suppose. I don't know how high you want the salinity, low enough that it's edible after you boil off the extra water.

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Default Love the stuff...

I'd be very interested if you find/found a recipe. I think you'd need a bit of yeast though...

And.... fwiw, my dog will eat his own crap, but will not touch a cracker with Marmite on it.

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