Two founders have found a way to use bread that has not been sold: They make bread dumplings out of them. With this idea Janine Trappe and Felix Pfeffer can be seen tonight in the VOX program “Die Höhle der Löwen”.
Their product is called “Knödelkult”. These are bread dumplings in a jar made from saved bread. The founders get the bread dried, chopped up and delivered by their partner bakeries. In the next step, depending on the variety, different ingredients and water are added and the swollen dumpling mass is then boiled down in the glass. The product can be kept for a long time without refrigeration (a little longer than a year) and does not need any further preservatives.
The “dumpling cult” is available in three savory and two sweet versions
The bread dumplings are available in five different types: classic with bacon and onions, vegan with carrot and curry, a variant with parsley and onions, a sweet variant with poppy seeds and almonds and one with apple and cinnamon.
At the moment you can buy the dumpling cult in selected Edeka and Rewe markets and on the Internet. Janine Trappe and Felix Pfeffer would like to expand sales. They are offering ten percent of their company shares for this and would like the Löwen jury to invest 250,000 euros. You can see at 8:15 p.m. at Vox this evening whether the two have been offered a deal.