Caroline’s Fishless Tuna, 13 Ounce

January 15, 2017 - Comment

Caroline’s Vegetarian Fishless Tuna looks and tastes like tuna, but is 100% fish-free and 100% delicious. It’s lean, green, protein your family can feel good about. Fishless Tuna Salad, Fishless Tuna Casseroles and more. Product Features Canned vegetarian foods crafted from natural ingredients with a focus on taste, nutrition, convenience, and social responsibility Excellent source

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Caroline’s Vegetarian Fishless Tuna looks and tastes like tuna, but is 100% fish-free and 100% delicious. It’s lean, green, protein your family can feel good about. Fishless Tuna Salad, Fishless Tuna Casseroles and more.

Product Features

  • Canned vegetarian foods crafted from natural ingredients with a focus on taste, nutrition, convenience, and social responsibility
  • Excellent source of protein that is naturally low in fat and calories
  • Vegetarian, Vegan
  • Non-GMO
  • Kosher and Halal Certified

Comments

Customer says:

Acceptable tuna substitute… but not Tuno If you are expecting this product to taste like real Tuna you will be disappointed. This product however is an acceptable substitute when prepared properly. Mixed with fresh onions, fresh peppers to pump up the flavor and regular or vegan mayonnaise and in a sandwich with topped with lettuce and Tomato it is a decent substitute for former fish eaters who miss a tuna sandwich. 

Jessica Salmonson says:

Passably Okay I Guess Every time I try another brand of non-meat tuna I end up lamenting the long lost Tuno which was truly good stuff. When I first opened this can, the fumes were horrible, did not taste like any kind of food. When that big phart dispersed, I tasted it out of the can. Ewwww. But give it another chance. It is ALMOST the flavor of something actually eaten. 

KCT says:

Good texture, good flavor Good texture, good flavor, once I made it more ‘tuna salad’ like. But a bit pricey. Could almost duplicate it using dried soy chunks, rehydrated, for a fraction of the cost.

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