Marmite outlawed in Denmark

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The ingrediants

Yeast Extract, Salt,
Vegetable Extract, Spices,
Vitamins: B1, B2, Folic Acid, B1, Niacin

Given that too much salt is bad for you, but still, almost every food includes salt.

So, what is it that the Danish say is a danger to health?

I'm part of the 50% that does, so I won't be going to Denmark again!

Not that I've been anyway, but that's not the point. Devil


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(NT) And now I will spell "ingredients" properly!
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(NT) lol
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I think I might know the root cause of your spelling issue

It's your spellchecker. Mine flags errors in the message body but not the title. So it's not your bad spelling but a defective spellchecker. Blame it on the software. Wink

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That's right ... it's always the computer's fault ...

If it isn't the spell checker then it's the chiclet-sized keys on the laptop. Or maybe it's the stupid forum software that transmogrifies the perfectly good letters I type in to random gibberish.

All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

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they get into everything.

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those "greedy ants". Devil

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You could run for President with spelling like that Devil

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RE: You could run for President with spelling like that

Would you accept the short form of a British Birth Certificate?

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(NT) grim and I say "lol"
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yeast is really bad..specially for woman...

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well, it was Shakespeare who said

is this Marmite i see before me, smelling out Denmark......


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Marmite! Marmite! Wherefore art thou Marmite?!

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(NT) Good one, jonah!

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