vegemite

Booze

This Vegemite-Toast-Flavored Liqueur Sounds Like a Dare

"If you like that savory flavor of yeast-extract spreads, you’ll really enjoy it."
Jelisa Castrodale
5.2.19
Food

Why Everyone Hates Vegemite Except Australians

Nine in 10 Australians stock Vegemite in their cupboards. But Americans like President Obama find the somehow-edible paste horrible. We had to know why.
Amanda Arnold
9.12.16
vegemite

3-D Printed Vegemite Could Be The Future of Edible Electronics

Scientists in Australia have found a way to power light bulbs using Vegemite.
Nick Rose
8.27.15
alcohol

I Tried to Make My Own Vegemite Moonshine

Australia’s Indigenous Affairs Minister came under fire last week after warning that the country’s remote Aboriginal communities were distilling illicit alcohol from Vegemite. I put the claim to the test by attempting to brew my own batch.
George Nelson
8.21.15
Stuff

The Time I Drank Vegemite Moonshine and Stayed Very Sober

The reason I knew yesterday's Vegemite-hooch story was bogus? Because I tried (and failed) to brew some last year.
Julian Morgans
8.11.15
Australia

Australian Officials Are Concerned About a Possible Vegemite Moonshine Epidemic

Aside from the occasional geocaching cyberpunk, nothing tugs on the threads of the social fabric with more malice than a bunch of disenfranchised youths pounding back frosty glasses of yeasty vegetable spread.
Alex Swerdloff
8.10.15
Food

Climate Change is Going to Ruin Your Favourite Foods

If you didn't care about climate change before, maybe a cheese and wine shortage will change that.
Denham Sadler
3.19.15
Stuff

Australia Day in Whistler Is Kind of Insane

Australians love drinking, and they love Whistler, BC. Unsurprisingly, Australia Day in Whistler was a magical event.
Ali Gourley
1.28.15
FRINGES

Bush Eating

So, the Aborigines, seemingly in the first few minutes of their really long tenure on the land have developed a menu that reads something like a list of rejected Fear Factor ideas.
VICE Staff
3.1.06
The Food Issue

Eat Vegemite?

Within 24 hours of landing in Australia, I heard the word “multicultural” more times than I’d cumulatively heard it in my entire life. This is hilarious to me, since nineteen out of twenty o’ you melanoma-cases-in-waiting are of bone-white Euro...
Jim Goad
3.1.06