(If not using pre made)
1. Loma Linda Tuno is a processed food made from the below ingredients, some of which may have a negative health impact. It is included in this recipe as a representation of the artificial food products in development to replace traditional forms of seafood. It is intended to stimulate conversation, rather than as a food recommendation.
Ingredients: Textured Soya Protein (50%), Water, Soya Oil, Rice Vinegar, Sugar, Rice Flour, Yeast Extract, Natural Onion Flavouring, Salt, Thickener (Xanthan Gum), Non-Dairy Creamer (Maltodextrin, Sunflower Oil, Flavouring, Dextrose), Black Pepper, Vegan Fish Flavour (Yeast Extract, Maltodextrin, Flavouring)
2. Mayonnaise is surprisingly quick and simple to make. In addition to having a fresher, brighter flavour, it avoids the use of ultra-processed seed oils, such as rapeseed/canola oil or sunflower oil, and preservatives contained in store-bought products.
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Serves approximately 8-10 people
For the mayonnaise: