Cheese, Kim Chee, and other fermented or pickled foods.

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Postby c00p » Fri Nov 17, 2006 3:30 pm

I absolutly love it, yet since I moved here to America I find that its really expencive and hard to come by.
Has anybody tried making it themselves with the yeast left over from the fermentation?
The only way I can think of making it is taking the left over yeast and boiling it down until it looks something like marmite, do you think this would work if I tried it? Would the hops in the trub give it a bad flavour?
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Postby HotCookCpl » Fri Jun 22, 2007 10:48 am

Sorry I can't answer your questions, but I do know that Marmite is available on, you might want to get it shipped to you.

Good luck.
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Postby burtonrobert » Tue Jun 26, 2007 10:48 am

I found some at Super HEB, in the "English" section :wink: If you live in Texas try giving them a shot. As for making your own, I don't know what reduced trub would taste like (I suspect bad though).

How do you like to use Marmite, besides on toast?
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