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Tuna(Not!) Salad Mix by Dixie Diner

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Tuna(Not!) Salad Mix by Dixie Diner

This delicious mix makes 4 large cups of vegan tuna salad that's simple and unique. Just add water and vegan mayo! Gluten-Free. $9.49 per pack.

Ingredients: Soy flour, onion, vegetable protein, soy cereal solids, soybeans, garlic, soy protein, onion powder, corn, spice extracts, celery salt, mustard, red pepper, black pepper, bay leaves, cloves, allspice, ginger, mace, cardamom, cinnamon, paprika, silicon dioxide (natural anti-caking agent)

Nutritional information:
Serving size - 4.8 oz. (approx. 1/2 cup)
Calories per serving - 80
Total fat - 1.8g (0g saturated, 0g trans fat)
Sodium - 204mg
Total carbohydrate - 8g (3g fiber, 0g sugars)
Protein - 10g



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From of Arlington, Texas on .

Well, still have not found a good-tasting tuna salad substitute. I dumped it after one bite. This is the one non-vegan/vegetarian foods I still miss and crave. Thanks for trying. Please work on this!

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From of Iowa City, Iowa on .

The reviews make it seem worse than it is. Following the directions, it didn't come out very good. But add a bit of oil and keep microwaving until it reaches the right consistency and it's not bad. Not a perfect replacement for "Tuno" which was great, but you can get it pretty close.

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From of NYACK, New York on .

Not even one star. Disgusting

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From of Denver, Colorado on .

Instead of a "tuna" substitute, use mashed chick peas. You won't believe it, with veganaise and onion, pickle, celery, whatever you like to add, the consistency is just like tuna fish. It just tastes less fishy. I had seen this suggested before, recently tried it, and I'm hooked. I eat "tuna" melts all the time now.

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From of New York, New York on .

I got this simply to try it, and because I didn't expect much (especially judging by the reviews) it was better than I expected. Didn't taste like tuna at all, and didn't even have the texture; in the directions, they should recommend adding a squeeze of lemon, because it wasn't tangy at all. I think next time I'll just make chickpea salad with onions, celery, and Vegenaise. Cheaper and better.

(That said, though, I made a "tuna" melt with Daiya cheddar, and saved the day.)

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