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Mike Armitage
Nicey replies: Not at all Mike, its for this very reason that we fashioned the toast rack icon. I would concur that they have been making Marmite a bit runnier than it used to be and that would probably mean you use more of it. Wifey goes through a big jar about every three months now and I'm sure they used to last for six.

Also I once went past the Marmite factory in Burton-upon-Trent which was very exciting. It had big overhead pipes joining it to near by breweries.

Trina Fitzalan-Howard

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Andrew Birks
Nicey replies: Oh yes the Manor House cake is the professionals choice, I like the big sugar crystals on top. Its relationship to say a mini-Bakewell is somewhat akin to one one of those sit on lawn mowers that the council use to do the verges to a flymo that you got from B&Q for fifty quid and plug via the kitchen window.

I could be wrong but I think Manor House is the name of the Mr Kipling bakery

Sue Northcott

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Nicey replies: So you did Sue, I had the feeling this wasn't entirely unknown to me.

Steve Coffey
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Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Long time NCOTAASD contributor Brian Barrett has long championed that Dilmah tea, which I think is available in the UK too.