Contribute to the sustainability of our oceans and make a positive impact for our underwater friends by giving these fantastic fish-free options a try!
There’s nothing fishy about these fillets! A sustainable alternative to fish that contains omega-3 fatty acids and leaves out the cholesterol – talk about the best catch ever! Find them in your local supermarket’s frozen food aisle for a quick and easy meal.
Jackfruit has met its match! Also known as banana heart, banana blossom is the flowers that grow at the end of banana clusters on banana trees. Banana blossom is widely used in traditional Asian and Indian recipes and has a flaky, chunky texture, making it a fantastic fish substitute. Banana blossom is rich in vitamins and minerals and has antioxidant properties. Not only is it good for you, canned banana blossom is also super easy to prepare. Drain and rinse a can to make battered fish-free fillets, or sauté for a healthy stir fry.
Finely chopped and marinated tofu is the perfect fish alternative. Be it fried or baked, placed in a curry or soup, or simply wrapped in a nori roll – anything you can do with fish, you can do even better with tofu!
Choosing kinder alternatives to fish doesn’t mean you have to miss out on old favourites! These fish-free fingers are an easy go-to, and it’s great knowing they’re low in saturated fats.
Available in a variety of flavours, Tuno is a delicious plant-based tuna alternative. Ocean-friendly sandwiches, pasta or salads are easier to make than ever – this seafood substitute is a game changer!
These make the perfect fish replacement in meals or a great appetiser. They also contain protein, iron, vitamin B12 and zinc.
Sign up for the Plant-Based Challenge! Eating a plant-based diet is the most important thing you can do to help animals. It's a simple switch, but it makes a big difference. We bet you’ll find it tastier and easier than you ever imagined!
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