Oh yes .
I love it on toast with butter, and I put it in soups, casseroles.It's part of being an Aussie.
If someone tells me they don't like it, I always say...well have you tried it 'this way' or that way.
I love it on bread, with lettuce and also with lettuce and cheese. Come Australia Day, it's on the menu for B/Fast O yeah!
I love vegemite on toast over a load of butter! I am the only fan of Vegemite in my family. I quite like a vegemite soup when I am sick and don't feel like eating anything. Half a teaspoon or a teaspoon of Vegemite mixed in a cup of boiling water with bit of chopped up red onion added is yummy!
Love hot today with lashings of butter and a spread of vegemite.
Easy scrolls, sheet of ready rolled pastry, smear with vegemite, cover with grated cheese, chopped bacon and whatever else you desire, onion, tomato, paprika etc. Roll up, cut into slices and pop in oven and cook. Delicious and easy!
I LOVE vegemite. Ate it every day of my life. Took it with me every time I went overseas. Then when I was forced to go gluten free 18months ago I had to stop eating it. I have tried all the alternatives but they are not the same. I miss Vegemite desperately.
I have never tried Vegemite, but there are so many Aussies that come here to work at the resorts that it's available in every grocery store. It's actually one of he only places in Canada where Vegemite is easy to find.
I think I may have a Vegemite addiction. I don't think I could live without it. Sometimes I just have to have a hit of Vegemite on buttered multi grain toast. As I write this answer my mouth is watering and I am just going to have to feed my addiction!
My favourite sanga is bread or toast spread with Avocado (not butter, or even it's so-called equivalent) and Vegemite! I also cook with it like a lot of others who've answered. My two favourite scones are Vegemite and bacon, but there's another reason why I like savoury scones - after a savoury scone(s), the sweet ones are so much the sweeter!!
When I traveled overseas I took my beloved Vegemite with me. On our last stop before home we shared a Youth Hostel room with a Canadian girl who asked if we were going to take it home. When I gave her my jar she sat eating it by the spoonful. Perhaps she was deficient in Vitamin B!!
One of my favourite snacks is: fresh bread, (MUST be Fresh bread!), buttered, with Vegemite, cut off crusts, then cut sandwich into mini-triangles. Have with a hot 'cuppa'.
I use it in my home-made Beef Consommé, & Anything else I can add it to!
On a 25 day Tour of NP's of Western USA, & Canda, took medium sized jar with me, declared it, got hilariously ok'd by two Immigration chaps at LAX.
There were a few other Aussies on trip, who didn't bring any, so shared around. How can one say 'no' to fellow Aussie travellers', at brekky time, with toast?
Always took a jar with me, never had any problems declaring it in any country. They all seemed to know about 'Australians & their Vegemite'! Lol!
Like many others my brother and I were brought up on it. Mum used to make us vegemite and celery sandwiches for our school lunches, or vegemite and cheese. I loved it with butter with vita wheat biscuits which we would squeeze together to make worms come through the holes and then lick these off before we ate the biscuit. Also use it in cooking as well. It's also good for mouth ulcers when rubbed on the ulcer. It stings a bit but works.