Watched Seaspiracy? Try our Vegan Fish Alternatives

Seaspiracy is a 2021 documentary film about the environmental impact of fishing directed by and starring Ali Tabrizi, a British filmmaker.[1] The film examines various human impacts on marine life and advocates for ending fish consumption.

Have you watched Seaspiracy The Netflix Documentary? If you haven’t, then do! It’s crucial to protect our whales, sharks and dolphins. Please watch it and stop eating fish. Let’s do better! If our oceans die, we all die. Continue reading to know more about our vegan fish alternatives.

British director Ali Tabrizi’s new documentary Seaspiracy – available on Netflix – investigates the harm that humans do to marine species in our oceans around the world.

The documentary tries to unravel the impact of human activities on the health of the oceans and shows a bleak diagnosis of its causes, with complaints to organizations regarding the lack of control that there is on the fishing industries that operate on the high seas.

In one week, Seaspiracy climbed to the No.1 spot for Film in the UK, Ireland, Hong Kong, Croatia, Estonia, Malta, Singapore, Switzerland, and in the Top 10 in over 40 countries!

Seaspiracy shows people that if they care about the fate of the ocean and all the sentient beings who live there, they have to stop eating fish.

Cowspiracy helped change how we think and act on animal agriculture forever, and now it’s Seaspiracy’s turn to do the same for ocean conservation.

Plastic straws only account for 0.03% of ocean plastics. Fishing nets account for 46%, but you don’t hear that on the news.
The meat and seafood industries are not only cruel, but they’re also incredibly wasteful. The shelf life of fish is extremely short. As a result, a lot of it gets thrown away. More than 25% of all US retail meat gets discarded by stores or customers. This adds up to 14 billion animals per year who are killed and thrown away. By going plant-based, you will be helping to stop this massive amount of eco-destruction, cruelty and wastefulness.

We must do all we can to protect our oceans. Not only they are full of rare and wonderful wildlife, but these healthy ecosystems help support our planet.
The oceans are home to up to 80% of all life on Earth, producing 50-80% of the oxygen on Earth and absorbing four times the amount of CO2 as the Amazon Rainforest.

“If we wipe out the fish, the oceans are going to die. If the oceans die, we die.” ~ Paul Watson

If you’re going to watch one documentary, Seaspiracy is the one to watch! This film is beyond thought-provoking. It will make you question everything you thought you knew about the fishing industry.

This film explores some routine practices occurring around the world that ought to make you reconsider your choice to consume seafood. For your health, choose plant-based. The place for sealife is in the sea. Leave them in the sea.

Watched Seaspiracy? Try our Vegan Fish Alternatives

Keeping fish off your plate is easier than ever with our 9 delicious homemade vegan fish alternatives:

1. The Vegan Fysh&Chips

Our star recipe

A unique method for combining and flavouring two types of tofu, later fried up in a homemade beer batter, and served with chunky chips, makes this recipe THE BEST vegan fish&chips EVER. It actually tastes like fish, it will blow your mind! Serve along with out Vegan Tartar Sauce (page 144).

from our cookbook & e-book ALL PLANTS: The Food You Love, The Vegan Way (page 64)
FYSH&CHIPS
FYSH&CHIPS

2. Exquisite Gluten-Free & Vegan Salmon Fillets with Vegan Hollandaise Sauce

These Exquisite Gluten-Free & Vegan Salmon Fillets will blow your mind because this vegan fish actually tastes like fish and we still can’t believe it! It’s also super easy to make! So flakey, moist, and full of flavour thanks to a special marinade process. You and your family and guests are going to love it, we promise! Accompany this delicious vegan salmon with our Easy Exquisite Vegan Hollandaise Sauce.

So easy and quick to make, it only takes 20 minutes in total! The only thing you need to remember is to let the vegan salmon marinate overnight for all the fishy ocean flavours to perfectly be absorbed.

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Exquisite Gluten-Free & Vegan Salmon Fillets
Exquisite Gluten-Free & Vegan Salmon Fillets w/ Vegan Hollandaise Sauce

3. So Delicious Gluten-Free and Vegan Fish&Chips

Gluten-Free and Vegan Fish & Chips that’ll impress you greatly. Vegan fish that tastes like fish and so easy to make! So flakey, and full of flavour thanks to a special marinade process. Everyone will love it! Served with yummy chips and pea mash!

This recipe is gluten-free, as the homemade batter is made with brown rice flour, instead of all-purpose flour, and OMG! It’s just as crunchy amazing!

Serve this amazing dish with our Vegan Mayo or our Tartar Sauce (recipe available in our cookbook ALL PLANTS: The Food You Love, The Vegan Way, available as both Hard Cover from Book Depository, Walmart, Amazon, Barnes&Noble, etc. and e-book formats from our Blog Shop and our Etsy Shop.)

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Gluten-Free and Vegan Fish & Chips
Gluten-Free and Vegan Fish & Chips w/ Pea Mash & Vegan Mayo

4. The Best Vegan Tuna (Gluten-Free & Healthy)

This is The Best Vegan Tuna recipe that you’re going to find. Extremely satisfying and delicious, it tastes very much like actual tuna, and is super healthy, because it’s made with chickpeas and a homemade low-calorie and healthy vegan mayonnaise made of mostly whole foods! This recipe is also so quick and easy, as it will be ready in less than 10 minutes! You won’t be able to stop eating it! Serve this Vegan Tuna on toasted bread for the perfect breakfast, brunch, lunch or snack. Yum!

We have made this amazing Vegan Tuna with both our super delicious classic Vegan Mayonnaise and our Healthy Cashew Mayo (recipe below!) and both ways it tastes amazing! Try both, and decide for yourself!

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The Best Vegan Tuna (Gluten-Free & Healthy)
The Best Gluten-Free and Vegan Fish & Chips

5. Vegan Smørrebrød with Carrot Lox

Our Vegan Smørrebrød with Carrot Lox is a super yummy, delicious, and quick appetizer! Smørrebrød is an open-faced rye sandwich piled high with toppings. It’s one very essential dish from the Danish culture, and it’s the toppings that make it special. Traditionally, many of the toppings involve fish and meat, but here we are showing you our favourite way to make Vegan Smørrebrød, topped with delicious vegan smoked salmon made with carrots that has a very “fishy” taste.

This vegan smoked salmon is super yummy and it tastes very “fishy” thanks to 2 crucial ingredients: nori sheets and flaxseed oil. So do not skip them! For the smoky flavour, it’s essential that you roast the carrots sprinkled with lots of sea salt and the addition of smoked paprika and liquid smoke to the marinade. The fact that this smoked vegan salmon is made of carrots means that it’s pretty healthy and made with easy ingredients. Low in fat, and quick, you’ll love it!

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Vegan Smørrebrød with Carrot Lox
Vegan Smørrebrød with Carrot Lox

6. Very Tasty, Easy, Spicy Vegan Tuna Sushi

Something extraordinary occurs when watermelon is baked, marinated in a special flavourful fishy marinade overnight, and then pan-seared to perfection — the result is a mindblowing and delicious raw-tuna copycat. You’re going to love our Spicy Vegan Tuna Sushi and won’t be able to stop eating! This vegan tuna will shockingly impress your sushi-lover guests. The combination of it, mango chunks, and avocado will provide an amazing explosion of flavours that everyone will love!

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Very Tasty, Easy, Spicy Vegan Tuna Sushi
Spicy Vegan Tuna Sushi

7. Vegan Senapssill (Vegan Herring in Mustard Sauce)

You may or may not know what this dish is but if you are Swedish or have ever lived in Sweden you know that this is a very traditional dish on the Swedish “Smörgåsbord”. It’s eaten at all big holidays, Christmas, Easter, Midsummer, you name it! This Vegan Senapssill (Vegan Herring in Mustard Sauce) is our vegan take on the classic Swedish mustard herring and, in our humble opinion, it’s so much better than all of those recipes made with aubergines (you can find plenty online of those!). You need to give it a try, you’ll love it! So easy, quick, and absolutely delicious! 100% gluten-free too!

It’s also made in just 5 minutes and has 8 ingredients only. Just combine the ingredients together, cover with a lid, and refrigerate overnight. DONE. The next day you can enjoy it!

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Vegan Senapssill (Vegan Herring in Mustard Sauce)
Vegan Senapssill (Vegan Herring in Mustard Sauce)

8. Vegan Jansson’s Temptation (Vegan Fish & Potato Gratin)

If you like potato casseroles, you’ll love our Vegan Jansson’s Temptation. Jansson’s Temptation or Swedish “Janssons Frestelse” is a classic on the Swedish Christmas dinner table. Although it can easily be eaten at any time of year. This dish is pure comfort food bliss! Janssons Frestelse is a creamy potato and anchovy casserole, and our vegan recipe uses jackfruit flavoured with wakame seaweed to substitute the anchovies.

So creamy and rich, you’re going to love this dish! Try it, it’s easy to make and very satisfying!

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Vegan Jansson's Temptation (Veg Potato&Fish Gratin)
Vegan Jansson’s Temptation (Veg Potato&Fish Gratin)

9. Vegan Pickled Herring (Swedish “Inlagd Sill” Veganized)

Pickled herring is a classic served for Midsummer, Easter and Christmas in Sweden. This Vegan Pickled Herring (Swedish “Inlagd Sill” Veganized) is our vegan take on the dish, so easy to make and a real delight for the taste buds at the dining table.

Serve it just as a snack, with rye bread, boiled potatoes, and our Vegan Senapssill (Vegan Herring in Mustard Sauce seen a few photos above).

This recipe is so easy, quick, and 100% gluten-free too!

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Vegan Pickled Herring (Swedish Inlagd Sill Veganized)
Vegan Pickled Herring (Swedish “Inlagd Sill” Veganized)
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