Seafood is salty, soft, and super unique in flavor! We have all the best tips on how to make your plant-based meals with salty, seafood-inspired flavors!
There are plenty of ways you can enjoy seafood-inspired dishes without actually consuming any fish or sea creatures! Plant-based cooking has come a long way, and now it’s easier than ever to enjoy the flavors of the ocean in 100 percent vegan dishes. We dove deep into the depths of our Food Monster App to bring you Under the Sea: 15 Tasty Vegan Seafood-Inspired Recipes that are sure to delight. Let us know what you think!
2. How to Make Vegan Seafood Dishes Without the Fish
Check out How to Make Vegan Seafood Dishes Without the Fish! When you veganize any dish, it’s important to choose the right ingredient that will stand-in for the animal product you’re leaving out. In the case of seafood dishes, you will want to emulate the texture of whatever fish was in the original recipe. If you want a chewy, flaky texture, choose tempeh. It makes perfect “fish” fillets and “fish” sticks.
You Don’t Need Fish to Make Delicious Seafood Dishes: Use These Tips Instead! The good news is that we can recreate all our favorite seafood dishes without the fish. It’s the same as when we veganize our favorite beef and chicken dishes. If we can replicate the texture and the flavors of those seafood dishes, we can have the pleasure of eating familiar foods without any of the consequences for us, the planet, or the fish. Here are the tips you need to make delicious seafood dishes without the fish.
Who Needs Meat and Seafood? These 15 Recipes Are Packed With Plant-Based Zinc! You’ve probably seen a bottle of zinc supplements in the drugstore, but have you ever wondered what it is and what it does for your body? Zinc is a micronutrient. To break it down easily, macronutrients like potassium, magnesium, and calcium are necessary for energy, muscle maintenance, healthy appetites, and other important bodily functions. Micronutrients, on the other hand, are individual vitamins, amino acids, and minerals that also help our bodies thrive. Because our bodies do not produce zinc on their own, a daily intake is required to help maintain these functions. Zinc helps our immune system function and it is essential to healthy pregnancies. While certain types of meat and seafood are high in zinc, we can easily get it from plant-based sources, too!
Seafood Substitutions and Beyond: Learn the Best Ways to Prepare Hearts of Palm! When it comes to vegan cooking, you have to put your heart into it and while you’re at it, put some hearts of palm in it, too. If you haven’t cooked with hearts of palm yet, it’s time to get started. This unassuming veggie may be best known as a salad ingredient, but with a little creativity and a lot of imagination, hearts of palm can be used to cook many types of dishes. It’s always fun to learn about and try new foods and today, your mission (should you choose to accept it) is to go to the market and bring home some hearts of palm. Once you have them, here’s how to cook with them.
Skip the Seafood with these 15 Fishy Vegan Dishes! Love the taste seafood but want to avoid eating it? These recipes are fishy in flavor but are totally plant-based! Skip the seafood and try one of these vegan fish dishes for dinner tonight!
Try these Plant-Based ‘Fish’ Sauces to Enhance the Flavor in Your Recipes! Did you know that vegan fish sauce exists? Well, it does and it’s delicious! You can use plant-based fish sauces in so many dishes from bowls to burgers. If you’re looking for one simple recipe, check out How to Make Vegan Fish Sauce. Try making some of these unique dishes from the Food Monster App that feature fishy sauces for you to experiment with!
We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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