"and with two people professing their love for vegemite on this poll"
Better make that three :)
Well, 20-odd million actually, because just about every kid in Australia literally grows up on it. Vegemite, Weet-bix and Milo.
When I moved to Singapore from Australia about six years ago, one of my biggest concerns was that I may not be able to find my beloved Vegemite. But thankfully, there is a significant aussie expat population in Singapore, which keeps the demand high enough that most supermarkets keep it in stock. So it's Vegemite on toast for me, every morning. Washed down of course, with a nice big mug of Milo with cold milk :D
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