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Fysh not fish

Hard to believe but many people don't include fish in their categorization of  'animals' and therefore continue to regard them without compassion. Though there are many animal rights associations, Fish Feel is the sole organization devoted exclusively to promoting the recognition of fish as sentient beings deserving of respect and protection. Despite fish constituting the largest...

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Winners of the Food & Wine Taste Test for New Vegan Groceries

Fysh not fish,  perfect in any dish. With just 1 product, a vegan 'tuna' salad, going into Portland VegFest, Tofuna Fysh® launched a (2nd) Kickstarter campaign for their brand new Fysh™ sauce on November 15th. In the 4 months from inception to production a small buzz began to build. Food & Wine featured Fysh™ sauce, with other new products from much more established vegan food...

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Tesla Is Going Vegan – Here’s a 3D Tofuna Fysh Tesla Bus

Ever since they first publicized plans to revolutionize the car industry, Tesla has been getting a lot of attention. They've not only proven the market demand for high-end electric cars, they've also recently announced a vegan interior option to go along with their aim to promote sustainability. Here is a Tofuna Fysh Tesla bus that you can print and fold into a 3D model!  

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New vegan Fysh™ sauce to hit stores this spring.

Contact: Zach Grossman email: enjoy@tofunafysh.com For Immediate Release PORTLAND, OR., - January 18, 2016 - Tofuna Fysh® recently announced their newest product, Fysh™ sauce, and just completed a successful crowdfunding campaign to finance the initial production run. Using organic seaweed as a fish alternative, Fysh™ sauce is an ideal addition to any vegan kitchen with a flavor...

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Infographic: the history of Tofuna Fysh from May – December ’15

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Teaching about jackfruit (to pre-schoolers)

One of our original Kickstarter prizes was a pre-school lesson plan + lunch; this was something we were really excited to do. Last week I headed to a Portland-area preschool, full of 4 & 5 year olds, with a jackfruit and a world-map in hand (both were donated to the school). The classroom gathered around on the carpet, in front of the reading chair, as I introduced myself. "Tofuna Fysh...

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