Vegemite is a typical Australian spread, known for its intense and salty flavor. It is usually eaten for breakfast spread on toast and butter, but it can also be an ingredient in other recipes.
Vegemite paste was first created in Melbourne, Australia, in 1922 by the food company Fred Walker & Co. The recipe was developed to take advantage of waste from beer production. Vegemite contains a number of natural ingredients, the main ones being brewer's yeast, salt, yeast extract and different vegetables.
This is a very common breakfast in many Australian homes and can be found in any supermarket or food store in the country. It is also a common ingredient in some recipes, such as meat pies and soups.