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Fish-free Tuna Naked in Water

by Good Catch


4.10 (45)

  • Is Fish-free Tuna Naked in Water vegan? Yes! Fish-free Tuna Naked in Water is certified vegan by the abillion communityVEGAN
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4 June 2021
This is absolutely, surprisingly, delicious! I've missed tuna more than anything. I put it in

a bowl, added some Vegan mayonnaise, sweet pickle relish, lemon juice, salt, and pepper. I love tuna salad on crackers! I was very impressed with the texture and flavor. This is an excellent faux tuna product and I will definitely buy it again! 🥳


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Another #veganfish product from Good Catch. The ‘Naked in Water’ flavor is simple — certainly

a welcome change from the heaviness of the oil-and-herb packet. It has a fishy smell and mildly oceanic taste thanks to the algae flavorings, but not overpoweringly so. However, texture remains this plant-based tuna’s primary stumbling block: it’s chunky and tough (bordering on rubbery) in a way that I don’t personally find appetizing. It was only $0.99 at Grocery Outlet, though, so no major loss. If you’re really in the mood for vegan seafood, this brand makes significantly better frozen foods! Maybe opt for their crabless cakes or fishless patties instead for the best #leavethefishinthesea experience.

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I’ve sampled many of chef Pete cervoni’s creations with this at media events and expos

and wow! (Get his recipes online.) I’m not nearly as talented as a chef as he is but I love serving this fish-free tuna in so many things like pasta or wraps or just as non-tuna melts. #uplandspeak

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If you're looking for a plant-based tuna product that’s as close to the real thing

as you can get, then you will LOVE Good Catch vegan tuna. This brand offers three great flavors of plant-based “tuna” that have a texture identical to actual canned tuna, but don’t have a “fishy” smell (I think we can all agree that’s a good thing!).

These "tunas" can be used in so many delicious recipes. You can try my Apple-Quinoa “Tuna” Salad with Toasted Macadamia Nuts & Lime-Avocado Dressing here: https://devourly.life/2019/04/19/apple-quinoa-tuna-salad-with-toasted-macadamia-nuts-lime-avocado-dressing/

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