The good cultures from fermented vegetables can effectively support your intestinal flora and thus your immune system. Unfortunately, the probiotic healthy bacteria do not settle permanently in your intestine. Therefore, it is best to incorporate fermented foods into your daily diet. Since there are already millions of good microorganisms in a spoonful of herb or a live shot, you don't have to consume huge amounts with every meal.
From our own experience, we know that when you start eating fermented vegetables, you don't really know how and why? We believe it makes the most sense to just eat it with the things you have on your plate every day. We'll show you how easy it is...
TOP SOUPS & STEWS
Depending on your taste, add one or more spoonfuls of cabbage to your slightly cooled soup or stew. Caution: The sensitive lactic acid cultures do not tolerate extremely high temperatures.
PUT IT ON YOUR BURGERS & ROLLS
The lunch break is short, the bakery around the corner - no problem! Just toss your bun (or burger) with some cabbage and you have a healthy add-on!
ROLL IT INTO WRAPS & TACOS
Of course, the whole thing works the same way in wraps and tacos – simply roll in cabbage and/or fermented sauce.
PUT IT ON YOUR SANDWICH
Our fermented vegetables and fermented sauces go great on any sandwich or sandwich. Delicious combos are, for example, hummus and turmeric & curry cabbage or cheese with hot sauce Sriracha...
PERFECT WITH AVOCADO
As a quick healthy snack you can fill an avocado with cabbage - a real nutrient bomb for in between.
PUT IT INTO YOUR SALAD
A few spoonfuls of cabbage give your salad aroma, crunch and an extra kick of good cultures, e.g. beetroot & ginger cabbage in a leaf salad or kimchi style cabbage for an Asian noodle salad...
COMPLETE YOUR BOWL
Almost a classic: one or two spoonfuls of cabbage add legumes, cereals and roasted or cooked vegetables to your bowl.
GREAT WITH EGG
If you like it hearty in the morning, eat your breakfast egg with a spoonful of cabbage, otherwise it goes well with scrambled or fried eggs. Our favorite here: Kimchi Kraut!
FOR PASTA, POTATOES & CO
The often mildly sweet carbohydrates are a great basis for the tangy, sour flavors of fermented vegetables. Try SUUR as a supplement to your fillers and treat yourself to an extra portion of fibers and nutrients.
PIM YOUR SMOOTHIES
Simply blend some herb or one of our live shots into your smoothie for a microbiotic kick! With some varieties, this not only works for hearty veggie smoothies, but even for fruity smoothies.
MIX IT INTO DIPS
For dips, too, you can simply puree some cabbage or stir a sip of Live Shot into (vegetable) cream cheese or quark. Very tasty on bread or with crackers, vegetable sticks and co.
…OR DRESSINGS & SAUCES
Another simple trick is to mix your dressing with pureed cabbage or live shot, so that you get a portion of microbiotic cultures as well as taste.
We hope that our tips will help you to integrate SUUR into your daily diet. We in the team all have our own favourites: Some people like to eat curry cabbage on their hummus bread in the morning, the other drinks his shot after sport... You can find more inspiration in our recipes and on Instagram. By the way, we would be happy if you show us how you like to combine SUUR under #suurlove.