Good Catch Fish-Free Tuna
“No water, no life. No blue, no green,” said marine biologist Sylvia Earle, of ocean conservation nonprofit Mission Blue. Preserving marine life is certainly a primary motivator behind the creation of this new seafood mimic from Good Catch. But most notable about the product is how convincing an imposter it is. Two chefs (and other industry all-stars) teamed up to create this fishless tuna, and the result is a heft of protein and omega-3s (thank you, proprietary legume blend and algal oil, respectively) served up in a truly remarkable tuna-like flavor, texture and mouthfeel. In fact, at first glance, the only things missing from Good Catch’s effort are the office-offending odor and the mercury. The product is pre-launch, but we’re expecting quite a splash from this marine-less tuna.