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 ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Oh my gosh chayote is the one vegetable in my life Iโ€™ve always hated!! ๐Ÿ˜† I didnโ€™t even know non Mexicans knew it existed! Everything else looks really good tho ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  3. I love chayote, in my country we call it gรผisquil and is mostly used in soups as another veggie for the broth, just like potatoes and carrots.

  4. 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.

  5. 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

  6. Looks yummy and fresh! I live in Malaysia, we find chayote here, but I donโ€™t remember what itโ€™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 ๐Ÿ˜‚

  7. 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 1ยฝ cups lime juice?

  8. 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.

  9. There are so many ways of making ceviche and I think that every Mexican family has its own way ๐Ÿ™‚ 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 ๐Ÿ™‚ Soooo good!

  10. 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?

  11. 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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