Experience the true tuna texture and taste of Good Catch plant-based tuna alternatives! Created with a unique six-plant protein blend, Good Catch Fish-Free Tuna has real seafood taste and chunk albacore texture, giving you something amazingly close to the real thing yet it's 100% vegan. High in protein with 17 grams per serving, you won't find a more authentic tuna alternative anywhere!
Enjoy Naked in Water in a variety of traditional tuna recipes from melts to sushi rolls, and from sandwiches to casseroles. This one is designed to be an ingredient and is best used in your favorite recipes, substituting it one-for-one for conventional tuna. Non-GMO and gluten-free.
3.3 oz. (94g) packages are $5.89 each.
Ingredients: Water, Good Catch 6-plant protein blend (pea protein isolate, soy protein concentrate, chickpea flour, faba protein, lentil protein, soy protein isolate, navy bean powder), algal oil, citric acid, sunflower oil, salt, onion powder, garlic powder, yeast extract, soy lecithin, seaweed powder
1 pouch (94g)
Servings Per Container
Amount Per Serving
Calcium 4% DV
Iron 15% DV
Potassium 2% DV
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thanks for leaving a review! :) Tuna salad is always a great idea!
I love this!
This is the third brand of vegan tuna I have tried, and it is my favorite. Taste and texture are quite good. A couple of days ago, I was eating yet another Good Catch ‚Äútuna‚Äù salad sandwich and realized I was chewing carefully in case there were bones! The texture was so tuna-like. :) I haven‚Äôt had fish in over 10 years and don‚Äôt recall ever encountering bones in canned tuna. What can I say? The brain is a funny thing. üòÖ
The texture and easy access are the best things about this product. The chunks are exactly how I remember real tuna, though some of the pieces are a bit big and slightly hard to break up. I seriously had to keep checking the label to make sure I wasn't being tricked into eating real fish. I think it would be a little better if it was saltier, but that's a personal preference, and I know some people need lower-sodium foods. So maybe that would be a bonus for them. This would probably go great with some vegan mayo like Just Mayo, with a bit of salt and pepper, maybe some sweetcorn. If you want to try Good Catch Tuna on it's own though, "Oil & Herbs" is where the party's at y'all!