Vegan Jackfruit Tuna Melt (soy-free)

vegan tuna melt

Before I went vegan, and even when I was pescatarian many years ago, I’d probably eaten a tuna melt mayyybe once in my life. In elementary school, tuna sandwiches were always the last to be picked and I’m sure most were thrown away. What a waste of precious life 😔. [Check out my post on importance of making the switch to vegan seafood here]

When I think of a tuna sandwich, I think of spongy bread filled with yellowish-grayish mush wrapped in 10 layers of saran wrap.

Honestly, they just never appealed to me.

Fast forward many years later, and after the kindling of my love affair with jackfruit, I decided to turn this once repulsive sandwich into something that’s not only yummy, but cruelty free, cholesterol free, mercury free, and soy free. 

Vegan Jackfruit Tuna Melt Recipe

vegan jackfruit tuna melt recipe

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Vegan Rose Water Donuts (oil-free)

vegan rose water donuts

I finally have rose water in my kitchen and I’m about to go nuts. The flavor is so rich and concentrated that you only need a teaspoon or two depending on what you’re making. I purchase 2 bottles for $15 on Amazon and now I’m going to make sure I always have rose water on deck. So far I’ve used it to make a rose latte (link at the end) and these vegan rose water donuts but I also want to test out a rose gingerade and sooo many baked good so stay tuned. As the new rose water recipes go up, I’ll make sure to update the ‘recommended’ section at the bottom with links to them all.

Vegan rose water donut recipe after the jump!

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