9 Ways You Can Still Eat Salmon on a Vegan Diet

There’s nothing fishy about these vegan ‘salmon’ alternatives. All of them are perfect for pescatarians wanting to make the leap and give up fish, or salmon lovers who want to give veganism a go or if you’re already enjoying a vegan diet and just missing a little fishy flavor.

It’s amazing how many vegan alternatives there are on offfer for meat and fish, you can even recreate tuna!

So, go on – don’t bait around and have that vegan salmon and cream cheese bagel you’ve been craving for brunch!

9 Ways to Eat Salmon as a Vegan

1. Vegan Smoked Salmon, 2 Ways

With one ‘salmon’ made from carrot and the other tomato, your appreciation for vegetables will skyrocket.

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2. Vegan Salmon Fillets

“With the distinctive pink salmon color these fish fillets are flaky with a very light texture.” Salmon fans can’t leave these on the shelves.

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3. Vegan NY Style Bagels With Tomato “Lox” and Cashew Cream Cheese

Just like you know and love, but totally vegan!

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4. Angel Food Smoked Salmon Alternative

“Salty, sweet, smoky and smooth this salmon-inspired treat is perfect on bagels”, or any other vegan dish for that matter.

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5. Spicy Carrot Lox and Avocado Sushi

No raw fish here, only plant based goodness.

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6. Smoked Salmon Style Slices

Free of fish, dairy and GMO’s but still full of flavor, and no effort required!

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7. Vegan Smoked Salmon Spread

It’s hard to believe this recipe is vegan and gluten-free, it tastes so good!

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8. Soy and Gluten-Free Smoked Salmon

This vegan salmon is “open-fired, wood smoked and ready to eat!”

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9. Raw Salmon Pate

“This mock “salmon” pate is raw, vegan and soy-free. It goes well in sandwiches, nori or collard wraps, with veggies sticks or flax crackers, or in salads.” So, get yo’ vegan salmon game on!

Get the recipe here.


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