Making Vegan FISH from VEGETABLES?! | Vegan Ceviche

Today’s video will show you a recipe on how to chayote into vegan fish. This easy ceviche inspired recipe is not only delicious and …


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  1. For those wondering, the Chayote is nicknamed the vegetable pear and while technically considered a squash, is often referred to as a pear in many areas! Recipe is linked in the description box 🙂

  2. so right about avocados. whenever i get a bad one, i say to myself i'm never buying avocados again. i'm glad i'm not the only one that's in awe when i get a perfect avocado. also mango, avocado, and cilantro is literally one of my favorite things. i work at whole foods, i learned about chayote when i was a cashier, we sell them there.

  3. In Australia we call them choko and when they grow in your backyard you get a lot of choko's at one time so this is definitely going to be on the menu in choko season

  4. Looks yummy and fresh! I live in Malaysia, we find chayote here, but I don’t remember what it’s called locally. Indian recipes call it chow chow. I find it to be pretty much like a firm zucchini. We call it a butt squash 😂

  5. In New Orleans, we call that a mirliton. Especially during holidays, we would do (before I went vegan) stuffed mirliton or a casserole starting with a trinity and using sea life.
    It was my favorite thing ever.
    Considering that it has little to no flavor onit's own, I have not known what to do with it since going vegan 4 years ago. Consequently, none of my family has either because I was the person in charge of making it.
    I can not wait to try this! Thank you!
    Also, how many lines does it take to make 1½ cups lime juice?

  6. It's called Choko here in New Zealand, it grows wild everywhere on old house sites. It can be a very invasive weed. It's a climber, and can choke young trees very fast, probably how it got the name Choko. But its really good for pickles, and cooked with a white sauce or cheese sauce.

  7. There are so many ways of making ceviche and I think that every Mexican family has its own way 🙂 the way we do it is with: onion, tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, Clamato and loooots of hot sauce and any other "black" sauces for additional flavor. oh! and tons of lime juice 🙂 Soooo good!

  8. Hello Candice. Wow, I haven't seen a video from you come up in my recommended list for a while now. You look different from the last video. What have you been up to? or what have you been eating?

  9. Haven't visited for a while. Loving the new look. I feel like you have more tattoos?? I don't remember. LOVE the hair <3 (Edit: sorry this is a looks comment. I would love to try this recipe but I can't even get a parsnip… or a butternut squash… or even tomatoes most of the time :'( )

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