Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g
Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g
Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g
Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g
Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g
Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g
Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g
Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g

Zeastar - Sashimi - Zalmon / No Tuna - 310g

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Vegan Zeastar is all about unique and revolutionary plant based seafood, with tastes and textures that perfectly mimic their fishy counterparts. Vegan Zeastar products are mind bogglingly realistic and ocean friendly!

What is Vegan ZeaStar's sashimi made from?
Vegan ZeaStar is a vegan sashimi created by Vegan Finest Foods, a Dutch brand that makes realistic meat, fish, and cheese substitutes. The key to making them taste like sashimi is tapioca starch, a common ingredient in plant-based cooking.

“Our prize-winning product, the sashimi, is made mainly of tapioca starch from the cassava root, flax and rapeseed oil, water, and a whole lot of plant-based love,”  “Though the sashimi does taste a little fishy, it doesn't have a predominant taste.”

This makes it easy for consumers to season the sashimi according to their personal taste. Still, some additional options for people who are interested to try it themselves. “Serve it like sashimi, in a poke bowl or sushi, as ceviche or salmon or tuna tartare, the limit does not exist!”.

Eating vegan seafood is a better choice for the planet and for fish.
The fishing industry is pushing many marine species to the limit these days. Documentaries like Seaspiracy offer a rare glimpse into this shocking world and highlight the inherent problems of the current system.

With the climate crisis getting worse by the day, it’s more important than ever for brands to find plant-based substitutes that offer the same taste and nutrition as the creatures currently being overfished. Menge offered further explanation, stating that, “The drive behind creating these cruelty-free substitutes is to move beyond the need to industrially strip our oceans of life without any compromise on taste.”