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I am, so I'm told, the only person in the world who is pretty much indifferent to marmite. The cliche is that everyone loves it or hates it. I think it's OK, but I wouldn't go out of my way to get it.Anyway. It has a very high salt content so eating lots of it may be a bad idea for that reason. However the fact that it's made from a yeast isn't important here.For a start, the yeast is dead. For a finish most fungi are not particularly toxic.Everything is potentially poisonous- enough water or oxygen will kill you. As always, a varied, sensible diet is a good idea.
Boy oh boy I am going to have to buy some online and try it... It sounds good to me too!I thought you were presenting me with an opportunity to share a new cool picture of a new fungus my daughter took a picture of in Fern Canyon! LOL..Hope your question is aptly answered! Nice to see you posting again Young Sir!
Hi Benyeasts aren't actually fungi, they're yeasts - the two are actually different. But by definition, too much of anything is bad, but yeast-based foods like Marmite are rich in B vitamins, which are important for brain function and cell division, although marmite is also high in salt, which is not good for blood pressure.Chris
Atmosphere where folks can make up and communicate trash? It was not matter of being right or wrong - it was total fiction. Could have either looked the info up yourself and expanded both your knowledge and that of ben et al. or maintained silence.