From Rolling $tone To Vegemite : Miley Cyrus Tattoo Evolution

celeb902Published: July 27, 2016Updated: August 3, 20162 views
Published: July 27, 2016Updated: August 3, 2016

Here we have a collection of tattoos that Miley Cyrus has enshrined on her body over the years. Starting from over 3 years ago, to all the way to the latest one in honor of her husband to be, Liam Hemsworth... or to be more precise a tattoo of his favorite spread, Vegemite.

Liam has spoken before about how much he loves the brown spread, in an interview last month he told the reporter that, “After school Milo (a chocolate milk drink) and Vegemite on toast. I lived on it”.

Vegemite is an Australian spread that is made from brewer’s yeast extract with various vegetable and spice additives, it is mostly eaten on toast, crumpets or bagels and is quite an acquired taste, like Marmite.

It is a salty, rich umami flavored-spread that's typically smeared over buttered toast. It's also used as a filling for pastries.

Originally produced and marketed in the U.K. as Marmite, Aussie scientists were determined to make their own when WWI put the kibosh on imports from Britain.

In 1923, a Melbourne chemist named Cyril Callister came up with Vegemite made with brewer's yeast and blended with ingredients like celery, onion and salt.

A vegemite sandwich is typically made with two slices of buttered bread, Vegemite and cheese.

During World War II, the Australian Armed Forces began buying Vegemite in bulk because of its nutritional value.

Vegemite is a rich source of B vitamins, including thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and folic acid. It does not contain fat, added sugar or animal content.

More than 22 million jars of Vegemite spread are sold every year, mostly in Australia and Commonwealth countries, with specialty stores in U.S. for about $3.20 per 5-ounce jar.

President Obama once described it as "horrible."

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