I Tried Making YouTuber Vegan SALMON Recipes (Do they actually taste like fish?!) | Vegan Taste Test

In today’s video I tried making a bunch of different Youtuber vegan salmon recipes to see which taste like actual fish. Today we are …


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  1. Thanks so much! I found the Okonomi site hard to follow with things like what to do with the Ngaimo yam and how to dehydrate the yuba stick. This didn't explain that but seeing it helped me make sense of things! Also didn't notice the nails until attention was brought to them!

  2. Thank you Candice for this test run. I could almost taste that salmon ๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‹!! I think these recipes are awesome. I use to love fish..it was the hardest thing i need to part from compare to eggs. I grow up eating alot of fish…as we live on the east coast of South Africa. Nevertheless i can't wait to use these great tips and turn it into something magical ๐ŸŒŸ!! Much love from South Africa๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜โคโคโคโค

  3. I am GOING to try both… I can totally. See these working well.. plus. I LOVE the cake version also which I juuuust made a pretty bomb Vital Wheat Gluten meat that I experimentally made w the soy skin Knots that I soaked and added to it for texture. I had never seen it done but I do it see working for a fish. Pretty stoked about trying the same thing for the patties.. NOTE.. I have also started adding minimum 2 Tbs of white vinegar to the Liquids portion of the Gluten meat recipe which has TOTALLY knocked the Wangk flavor of the Gluten out of the finished ""meats"" and leaves no sign of it behind ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿ‘Œ pretty proud of myself.. I'm telling everyone about it cause they also hate that flavor… Lol. On another note … use white vinegar on the last wash of Butler Soy Curls because of the Wang in them also.. I soak and rinse and squeeze in water several times to get all the oil in them out and there IZZZZ alot of oil… then the last rinse I use vinegar soak a few mins and squeeze one last time.. its a process but totally worth it !!) I'd love for you to try it and tell the world so people have more variety and truely love the VWG and Soy Curls world of food.. Thanks for sharing what you learn. I'm loving your channel and subbed โ˜บ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  4. Thank you for having this channel. Preparing the meals and taste testing really helps. I am interested in cheeses. We make Sam's (it doesn't take like chicken) mozzarella…it is delicious. And now I want to try making a Swiss cheese. Can you have a video of the two?

  5. I learned about the edgy veg through a bunch of other vegan youtubers like Mina Rome, Merle O'Neall and Sauce Stache since they kept mentioning your recipes. So I decided to finally check their most quoted youtuber and here I am, LOVING IT and loving the fresh honesty and 'edgy' charm that you bring to every video!


  6. Genuinely curious since Iโ€™m somewhat new to this channel, whatโ€™s up with the black lace gloves? Is the there a back story or reason or just for fun?

  7. To Omnis who imagine Vegan food is always simple and bland… "๐Ÿ™„"

    Meanwhile, I've been using mainly faux ground beef, adding in minced onions, peppers, sometimes garlic, sometimes seasonings, or bbq sauce, etc., broiling on low for about 25 minutes first side, 15-20 second side, with various kinds of veg around them, to absorb their cooking juices. Whether broccoli, or tater tots, it's all good. My dad's "teriyaki burgers" were ground beef, minced onion, and rice, cooked over a charcoal grill, some slathered with bbq sauce to caramelise, half plain, to be done on a bun with just ketchup, mustard, lettuce, tomato, and fresh onion rings. I haven't attempted that yet, honestly, because I am afraid I'll end up crying. I miss my dad and sister. Anyway, thanks, Candace, for showing off your skills, and inspiring us all. You remind me of my sister. That's a compliment. Shit. Now I'm tearing up. Bye for now.

  8. Beancurd is just another name for tofu, it doesn't specifically refer to the dried sticks. The dried sticks are just called dried tofu/beancurd sticks or dried tofu/beancurd skin. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. I always say since going vegan that seafood is the only thing I miss. I can't wait to try these recipes!! they look so yummy and with your stamp of approval, there's nothing to wait for!

  10. Love these try out videos! I have been meaning to try out Sam's recipe also, but was not sure of the flavour as I was never a big fan of seafood. However my partner liked salmon, so I will try it! Maybe I will just half the recipe, but will definitely marinate it over night as you suggest. Thank you! Looking forward to a new try out and tasting video!

  11. HAHA, your nails comment. I was wondering why you were using gloves for the close ups. I am a nail biter so I keep acrylic nails on and I feel your pain. X-D

  12. Love this!! Thank you for testing them out! ๐Ÿค
    Lisa always has a video direction on her Instagram, which might be useful for the nitty-gritties!

    Side note: Why do the gloves give me anxiety ๐Ÿ˜…

  13. 15:26 Wow, Sam's salmon looked absolutely INSANE! I am definitely combining the two ideas and making this with a teriyaki glaze my mum used to make ๐Ÿ˜€ Thank you for the inspiration!

  14. Honestly, this hair color is bomb! I was wondering whether you use normal hair dyes or henna? It is so great for having red/ginger hair and really nourishing them at the same time so if not, definitely worth exploring since this hairstyle really suits you!

  15. I tried Samโ€™s a few weeks ago and marinated it for 2 days and it was much better. The inside also doesnโ€™t fully get marinated, so itโ€™s good to take a turkey baster and suck the liquid and squeeze it all over inside to get it fully marinated. I also added way more nori and when I cooked it, adding some of the marinating liquid helps it a lot too!

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