On Monday evening (August 22), VOX once again feasted like mad.

At “Germany’s most delicious idea”, ten food start-ups were allowed to show what delicacies they had developed. In five duels, it was decided who would make it to the final at the end of the evening and who would be found in all 3,700 German Rewe stores with their idea the very next day.

Inka Bause is looking for a farmer

The delicacies were allowed to taste 100 representative test eaters and five prominent guests: presenter Jana Ina Zarrella (45), TV chef Tim Mälzer (51), presenter Inka Bause (53), comedian Mirja Boes (50) and “Unter Uns” actress and Rewe store manager Ines Quermann (43).

The gourmet candidates competed against each other in various categories such as “Breakfast”, “Lunch Break”, “Party” and “Snack” and did not ignore the issue of sustainability.

Robin Simsa at his presentation

Robin Simsa at his presentation

Photo: RTL / Frank W. Hempel

The 30-year-old scientist Robin Simsa presented his salmon substitute “Revo salmon”, which not only prevents overfishing of the seas, but can also hardly be distinguished from the animal original.

Inka Bause was enthusiastic: “I can imagine that in sushi.” Only Mirja Boes still struggled with the new product: “I’m an honest, intrinsic person and really like to eat things within the limits of what is bearable, but …”

Tim Mälzer couldn’t resist a tip: “But you’ve been doing ‘Grill den Henssler’ for a long time!”

Young farmer Marc Jungler brought his organic creamy fritters with him

Young farmer Marc Jungler brought his organic creamy fritters with him

Photo: RTL / Frank W. Hempel

Farmer Marc Jungler (35), who offered organic creamy fritters from a near-natural farm, immediately received offers from the prominent test eaters.

“Bauer sucht Frau” moderator Inka Bause wanted to cast the young farmers directly: “Sorry that you are taken. I would have recruited you immediately.” Tim Mälzer apparently thought he was in “The Lion’s Den” and opened: “I’m offering you 50,000 euros for 25 percent of your shares.” Moderator Amiaz Habtu couldn’t help but laugh: “That’s one another show!”

Tim Mälzer, Jana Ina and Inka Bause (from left) were in a great mood at the jury panel

Tim Mälzer, Jana Ina and Inka Bause (from left) were in a great mood at the jury panel

Photo: RTL / Frank W. Hempel

“Quinoa Bites” clear up

Hamburg’s Gordon Prox (35) was particularly excited, however, and he was really upset before his pitch: “I’m trying to be cool for you today, but I’m dead excited.”

There is not only years of work in his product, but also a long way: He obtains quinoa from Ecuador for the “Quinoa Bites” of his company “el origen” and pays meticulous attention to sustainable production, fair payment and respectful handling Human and nature.

The puffed quinoa snack coated in chocolate was particularly well received by Jana Ina, who raved: “I ate everything very quickly. I love that! That was really perfect. It’s not crispy, but it’s not too baggy either.”

As soon as he reached the final, Gordon could hardly believe his luck: “I actually feel like the winner tonight. Imagine if I call Ecuador and tell them what kind of feedback I got. They’ll go nuts. But now imagine, I’ll be ‘Germany’s tastiest idea’ and tell them that. Pure escalation!”

Prox can now open the champagne: His “Quinoa Bites” prevailed over the competition with 74 percent and at the end of the evening were voted Germany’s most delicious idea. From Tuesday, the snack can be found in all German Rewe stores.

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