Save your money !!
I had high hopes for this as meat and fish substitutes have come so far in recent years but this was really bad. I bought this one and the Mediterranean style and they both went in the bin.
So far the best tuna substitute I tried. The tast
So far the best tuna substitute I tried. The taste is slightly fishy, the texture is great (compared to other substitutes). Don't expect the 'real' tuna experience (which is also why I bought it in the first place), it's a vegan product after all and will never be quite the same.
I feel strange...
I was curious but should've taken the reviews more seriously. I tried the herb and olive oil yesterday and this one today. My colleagues feel sorry for me. I'm eating it because I don't want to walk to town. I've nothing more to say.
Surprisingly great texture and flavour
Genuinely very surprised to see so many low reviews! I bought this out of curiosity thinking I would hate it but the texture and taste is great! I isn't tuna (obviously), normal tuna I find offensively fishy and this mock substitute has a non-overpowering sea flavour. Great for a quick dinner, definitely going to put on the weekly shop list.
Good Catch Tuna tastes like pickled cockles!
I tried this and the Loma brand one in the tin. The Loma one was terrible and this one, although not 100% like tuna, was the closest I've tried. If you have ever eaten pickled cockles in a jar, that is what this tastes like. Very "sea-like" and not so much "tuna-like". Big squirt of vinegar and then a little mayo = half decent sandwich. It's not tuna but that is why I bought it, I don't want to eat an animal product!
Mix with other stuff and it’s tasty
Obviously it’s not tuna and I maybe wouldn’t eat it on it’s own ( real tuna also smells like cat food) but it’s perfect as a sandwich filling or with pasta! Tastes amazing as a tuna melt Toastie with mayonnaise sweetcorn and cheese. We’ve even made veggie Sushi with it.
Tuna flavour and texture without the smell
Aside from the tiny portion i liked it! Great tuna alternative.
It smells like something that died, washed ashore and then spent a few months rotting in the sun. The flavour is also genuinely disgusting. The texture however, is quite good. A nice tuna alternative is available from Loma Linda, so I can't imagine how this supplier got it so wrong. How did this horrifyingly disgusting product get to market?
Tasted disgusting. Just like the flavour of cod liver oil!
it looks as much like tuna as it can, but i found
it looks as much like tuna as it can, but i found the smell unbearable and the texture was very rubbery, i wouldn't eat it again.