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Kickstarter Update – June

June's been flying by, but there's still plenty of summer left to enjoy! Since the last update, Tofuna Fysh sold out at our first ever Farmers Market, with an hour still left to sell... gotta make more for next time! We've also just recently stocked at the wonderful Portland establishment of Food Fight! Grocery (in addition to The People's Coop) plus #TofunaMelts are now on the menu at Sound...

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Food Fight! The spot for vegan groceries in Portland

Now available at - a staple in Portland, the number #1 spot for convenient, novel and delicious vegan food - Food Fight! The exclamation mark is part of the store's name, but we would have added it anyway right there. Around since 2003, Food Fight! Grocery is known (along with their neighbors in the "world's first vegan mini-mall") for supporting "our global community of...

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Woodstock Farmers Market

Sunday, June 7th marked the first ever farmers market vendor appearance for Tofuna Fysh. New canopy in hand, we setup shop in Woodstock, Portland, for a 10am-2pm experiment. How would the market's visitors react to Tofuna Fysh? They reacted very positively! By 1pm, 3 hours into the market, after about 80 samples and dozens of great conversations, there was no more Tofuna Fysh available for sale....

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Tofuna Fysh hits the ground running: May 19th

On Tuesday May 19th, twelve units of Tofuna Fysh veggie salad arrived at People's Coop to go on sale for the very first time ever. By the next day, all twelve units were sold and a new batch of 14 was delivered  on May 23rd. Sampling on Wednesday, during the long-running farmers market at People's, a crowd of curious people wanted to know what Tofuna Fysh was all about. Those that tried a...

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Meatless May

For the superstitious: keep an eye on May 4th, the first of 4 overlaps between Meatless Monday and Meatless May - the combined power of M4 (Meatless Monday/Meatless May) and the intense synergy these days achieve, may result in life-long carnivores spontaneously transitioning into 100% plant-based vegans - swearing off all animal products. This, of course, is a heavily disputed phenomenon and...

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Organic Soy vs Textured Vegetable Protein

What's the difference? Organic textured soy is made by removing soybean oils using a natural water process*, then cooking, extruding and drying ground soy which is later re-hydrated in water (and organic apple cider vinegar). It is not processed with any chemicals and there is no unnatural residue. *most non-organic soy (aka: soy protein isolate, soy protein concentrate or textured...

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