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Rezept: Fermentiertes Wintergemüse

Recipe: fermented winter vegetables

Do you want to provide variety in the kitchen even in winter with regional products? Try new combinations and learn more about the health benefits.

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Healthy and tasty: make colorful fermented winter vegetables yourself

It's time for an irresistible recipe again!

This time we combine the fresh and variety of seasonal winter vegetables with digestive spices. By using the Millivital micro fermentation accelerator, you don't have to wait long for the result.

Ideal for a healthy diet in winter, this fermented vegetables provide a wealth of micronutrients such as vitamin C, B vitamins, potassium and secondary plant substances. Fermentation also promotes the formation of probiotics that are essential for a healthy intestinal flora.

Contained micronutrients:

  • vitamin C: Antioxidant, supports the immune system in its normal function.
  • B-vitamine: Support energy metabolism and nervous system.
  • potassium: Important for heart health and blood pressure regulation.
  • Probiotics: Promote a healthy intestinal flora.

The spices used in this recipe have in the Naturopathic each specific meanings and stand for certain health benefits:

  1. Caraway seeds: Caraway is known for its digestive properties. It can help with flatulence, gastrointestinal cramps and digestive disorders. Kümmel is also intended to support the function of the liver and gallbladder.
  2. Black cumin: Black cumin is often used in naturopathy to strengthen the immune system.
  3. Mustard grains: Menfkörner are traditionally used to relieve muscle pain, rheumatism and arthritic complaints. They also have antimicrobial properties and can promote blood circulation.
  4. Laurel leaves: Laurel leaves are used in naturopathy to relieve digestive problems such as flatulence and heartburn.
  5. Coriander seeds: Coriander is often used in naturopathy to support digestion and can help to counteract flatulence and digestive disorders. It can also have a calming effect on the nervous system.

These spices not only contribute to a unique taste, but can also offer various health benefits that are estimated in naturopathy.

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Recipe: Winter micro-fermented vegetables with digestive spices


  • 1/4 medium -sized white cabbage
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 beetroot
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt (according to taste)
  • 2 measuring spoon of Millivital Micro fermentation accelerator
  • 1 tablespoon of vinegar


  • 1/2 teaspoons of caraway seeds
  • 1/4 teaspoon black cumin seeds
  • 1/2 TL mustard grains
  • 1 laurel leaf
  • 1/2 TL coriander seeds 



  1. Preparation: Wash the vegetables thoroughly. Sob white cabbage into fine stripes, carrot and beetroot into thin slices.
  2. Salt, spices, vinegar and kneading: Put the vegetables, salt (optional), spices and vinegar in a bowl and knead briefly.
  3. Dissolve the accelerator: Millivital Micro fermentation accelerator Put in a little water and stir with a wooden spoon.
  4. Ferment: Put the vegetables and the dissolved accelerator in a clean fermentation glass, press down and complain to the glass weight. Fill up to the glass weight with water and close it with the fermenting closure.
  5. Fermentation process: With the Millivital micro fermentation accelerator, 3-4 days of fermentation are sufficient in a warm place protected from direct sunlight.
  6. storage: Store fermented vegetables in the fridge and use it up quickly.

By adding the spices and the vinegar, the vegetables get an additional, complex level of taste.

Stay healthy and enjoy your homemade fermented winter vegetables!


 Have fun trying!

- Kind regards and see you soon -

Your Millivital team