If you're partial to Marmite (AKA Vegemite's runnier and slightly sweeter sibling) you know how hard it is to reach that last bit at the bottom of the jar. Eventually your fridge or cupboard is full of almost-empty jars of Marmite you can’t bear to throw out.
Thankfully the Marmite makers have built a “hack” into the very shape of the Marmite jar. And it's so simple we're kicking ourselves for not noticing.
Simply take your beloved jar of Marmite and set it on its side. The last bits of the thick savoury spread will flow down, and they’ll be easier to scoop out from the top. Like so:
It took me years to realise that near-empty Marmite jars should be kept on their side so you can the last of it out more easily. That’s why the jar is flat is the sides pic.twitter.com/X4q8iUsFXw
— John (@casioroee) August 18, 2019
This tweet from @casioroee got 26 thousand likes which is a pretty huge testament to its usefulness.
Now you never have to throw out the dregs at the bottom again.