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Mrs Balls, Marmite and Ouma rusks - Found!


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Was walking in Glenelg this morning and walked past "The Lolly shop". They have all our favorites displayed for sale in the window - also chappies, jellytots and TEX

It's close to the end of the tramline.

Just in case life gets too hard :whome:

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Was walking in Glenelg this morning and walked past "The Lolly shop". They have all our favorites displayed for sale in the window - also chappies, jellytots and TEX

It's close to the end of the tramline.

Just in case life gets too hard :whome:

Hi, I am still looking for 'pickled fish' that one could get in PnP in a tin? Cannot remember what the

brand name is, but you could also get the curried one......oh, soooooo lekker!

Erica

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Hi, I am still looking for 'pickled fish' that one could get in PnP in a tin? Cannot remember what the

brand name is, but you could also get the curried one......oh, soooooo lekker!

Erica

You can find all sorts of South A rican stuff ( pickled fish included ) at a shop called Ceylon Spice, the store I know is located at 551 North East Road, Gilles Plains on the opposite corner from Holden Hill police station near the Fasta Pasta in the same centre.

visit http://www.ceylonspices.com.au/ or see below

Gilles Plains

511 North East Rd

Gilles Plains, SA, 5086

Australia

Ph: (08) 8261 4023

Mob: 0414 757 554

Email: info@ceylonspices.com.au

Opening Hours

Tues, Wed, Thurs & Fri: 10 am to 6 pm

Sat: 10 am to 5 pm

Sun: 10.30 am to 5pm

Closed: Mondays & Public Holidays

Hope that helps, you can also find Biltong at a few places, incl Barossa Fina Foods in the Central market.

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Chantelle D

Woolies in Hallet Cove Mall also sell Mrs Balls chutney and I think its under $4 for a bottle. :ilikeit:

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Mrs Balls available at Woolworths, I must say I have yet to find an Aussie chutney to match. Marmite-Vegemite same thing, no difference. Vegemite even comes in a cheesy version which is great. Ouma, not the same as when we were kids I had already stopped buying them back in SA and had started making my own which I still do here.

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Marmite-Vegemite same thing, no difference. Vegemite even comes in a cheesy version which is great.

Good thing having your tastebuds checked isn't part of the medicals!!!

The taste totally different to me....

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Good thing having your tastebuds checked isn't part of the medicals!!!

The taste totally different to me....

Will have to get a bottle of each to compare :ilikeit:

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:D Eva thanx for the giggle.

Come on Cramer, Vegemite and Marmite the same - no way -

I will always be a Bovril fan - has to have the cow on the jar - otherwise not south african bovril.

Let us know how the taste testing went Cramer -

edited to add - Mrs Balls still the best, BTW having Ouma condensed milk rusks today - great with the chilly weather.

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I got a bottle of bovril and Mrs Balls Chutney in woolies!

As for Tastic rice, C&B Mayonaise and few other ESSENTIALS they are bought from SATOOZ!!!!

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