The world’s strangest fast food and junkfood

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#17 Pizza Hut’s Marmite-Stuffed Crust | New Zealand

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The picturesque landscape of New Zealand is beautiful enough to make anyone want to pack their bags and just live in this whole new world of serenity. It’s also the place to be if you want to eat pizza with marmite stuffed into its crust. We know, you’re probably wondering what marmite even is. Well, Google tells us that it’s the substance that is scraped off the beer barrels after the beer gets brewed. It may not be the healthiest option, but it is super thick and salty. If you’re brave enough to give this pizza a go, just remember it isn’t for the faint of heart (or for people with high cholesterol levels).

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