Vegan "fish" taco bowls because the Great Barrier Reef needs vegans


By now, you’ve probably heard about the Great Barrier Reef obituary, and the controversy that’s followed it. And while it isn’t deserving of our #RIP comments just yet, there’s plenty of reasons the funeral isn’t out of sight. Simply put, ocean degradation has lead to widespread coral bleaching that means slow growth, disease, and die-off for some of the magic of our Oceans.

All sorts of things are being blamed, but climate change is arguably the strongest contributor (and is most impacted by animal agriculture). It’s creating ocean acidification and rising temperatures that are affecting much more than just coral. Cutting the rings of six-pack tabs is no longer what we should be advocating for people to do in order to save our sea life, we need to help people go vegan. And in my experience, making people delicious food is a great way to get them to listen.

In celebration of our fishy friends and their habitat, I’ve whipped up these “fish” taco bowls. Hearts of palm are the unlikely hero of the dish, wearing some seaweed flakes to imitate the salty sea taste we crave without the harm. The accouterments can be subbed out your favorite taco additions, and make a dress-your-own-bowl dinner easy personalization for people who still insist they don’t like cilantro.

Ingredients

Slaw

2 cups shredded red cabbage

2 cups shredded green cabbage

2 medium sized carrots, shredded

1/2 cup vegan mayo

1.5 teaspoon apple cider vinegar

Salt & pepper

Pico de gallo

2 medium-sized vine tomatoes, diced

1 red onion, diced

3 sprigs of fresh cilantro, minced

1/2 a jalapeño, minced

1/2 a lime, juiced

Salt & pepper

Hearts of palm “Fish”

3 (14 oz) cans hearts of palm, drained and pulled/shredded

1/2 a lime, juiced

3/4 teaspoon of dulse seaweed flakes

sea salt

Toppings

Cooked rice

Tortillas chips

Cilantro

Jalapeño

Lime Wedges

Avocado

Directions

To make the slaw: Wash and shred your cabbage and carrots, and combine in a bowl with mayo and vinegar. Add some salt and pepper to taste, and refrigerate until ready to eat.

To make the pico de gallo: Wash and cut tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and jalapeño, and combine in a bowl. Squeeze lime juice on top, season with salt and pepper, and refrigerate until ready to eat.

To make the “fish”: Preheat your oven to 350°F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Drain and wash hearts of palm, and shred in large bowl using two forks. Top with juice from half a lime, dulse flakes, salt, and toss until evenly distributed. Bake for 12 minutes, rotating the pan halfway. The edges should brown slightly.

To assemble: There are enough toppings here to make six generous lunch or dinner bowls (with coleslaw left for snacking). I started by scooping one cup of cooked rice in to a bowl (optional), and then I topped it with generous scoops of coleslaw, pico de gallo, and “fish.” More jalapeños and cilantro, some crumbled hard shell tortillas, some lime juice, and an avocado rose were added on top to finish it off (tutorial for that easy and impressive party trick here).

Notes: The slaw and pico de gallo, taste best after a night in the fridge, and can be easily subbed with your favorite vegan store bought brand. Store the items individually, and combine to create bowls when you’re ready to eat! Obviously would make killer tacos in shells, too.

Thanks to Veggies Don’t Bite for the inspiration and for sharing the original recipe from Vegan Yack Attack!

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