This non-GMO and all-natural tuna alternative is made from
textured soy flour, and is naturally low in calories, carbohydrates
and fat, making it a healthy way to enjoy your favorite flavors and
textures in a way that's both cruelty-free and good for you,
too. Mix it as you would any tuna salad recpie and enjoy the
deliciousness of Caroline's Fishless Tuna! 5 oz. can is
Ingredients: Textured soy flour, yeast extract,
maltodextrin, natural vegan flavor, contains 2% or less of salt,
From Anonymous of Saginaw, Michigan on 12/6/2015.
I'm sorry but this was horrible. At first glance it looked like a good tuna substitute but then I tasted it and it was like oily cardboard. I'm not sure how other people have given it good reviews. I hope the company can find a better way to flavor this.
Not what I expected
From Anonymous of Orland Park, Illinois on 8/13/2015.
I am sorry but in my opinion substitutes are supposed to mimic the taste and texture of the thing that they are substituting. This product did neither. The texture was like ground up reconstituted TVP and not at all flaky as fish would be. And the taste was barely there. What was there did not taste fishy at all. I tried adding kelp to it to give it more of a sea flavor but despite adding more than I intended to and letting it sit a while to merge the flavors it still was not even close. I applaud any company that tries to produce vegan alternatives but this one was an epic fail for me. I am surprised it passed any taste tests that I assume the company did before packaging and releasing this to the public as a tuna alternative.
From Eric of Nashville, Tennessee on 7/21/2015.
This was my first vegan tuna and it worked out well for me. I mixed it with some Veganaise, dill, and rosemary and made tuna sandwiches out of it. I can't compare it to Sophie's as I haven't tried it yet.
Good Tuna Alternative
From Anonymous of Shelby, North Carolina on 5/6/2015.
I just tried this fishless tuna and I have to say it was pretty good! It made a tasty "tuna" salad sandwich!
From Barbara of Exmore, Virginia on 2/9/2015.
I’ve tried all 3 veggie tunas - 1-Meatless Select Fishless Tuna and 2-Caroline’s Vegetarian Fishless Tuna (both made by Atlantic Natural Foods and are the same product), and 3-Sohpie’s Sea Salt Fishless Toona. There are pro’s and cons to each. The first two Fishless Tuna’s are lighter in color and look more like tuna when flaked with a fork, they’re packed in water which I prefer but a little bit too watery, they taste good but not as good as 3-Sophie's Sea Salt Fishless Toona - this Toona is dark in color and looks like my dog’s food, so if you can get past the look of it (I’m not sure I can), it tastes a little better than the first two. It’s packed in olive oil instead of water which no doubt adds to the taste. It’s a little bit too salty, but it also comes with “black pepper” though I’m not a pepper-lover. It costs twice as much as the first two Fishless Tunas. If you could take the pros from each of the three and put them together, you would have a great winner.
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