Recipe Directions

Soak the dulse in water for about 10 minutes. Drain the dulse and blend with other ingredients in a food processor. It’s that simple. I sometimes make this recipe with 1 Tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in place of the 1/8 cup of lemon juice. Both recipes are equally delicious.

Chaddb's Thoughts

By chaddb

My version of ‘mock’ tuna. I’m not convinced that anyone would mistake it for the real thing, but it’s still quite tasty.

You can read my blog post on this recipe here:

http://www.vegannosaurus.com/2007/11/11/phoney-fish/

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haha. great minds think alike...or something. I'm going to try the carrot pulp idea, thanks for the comment.suggestion.

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Ay! This is my lazy version of tuna, except that I add carrot/celery pulp after I'm doing juicing (and a few apples and kale too!) I honestly don't remember what tuna tastes like, but this is a nice alternative.

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This sounds so great, and I have to find a way to use my sea salad mixed algae which I am not crazy about but know is good for me so thanks!

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ha-ha-haaa - i love the name AND sounds like such a great recepe ~THANKS YOU!

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