Fish are often the forgotten victims of factory farming yet they are farmed in greater numbers than any other animal. And unlike other farmed animals, they are also caught from the wild in unsustainably vast numbers – with many being fed to their fellow sea creatures on fish farms. It is an incredibly inefficient way to produce food and is causing damage to our oceans, rivers and planet on a monumental scale. It’s never been easier to ditch fish and sealife from our diets and replace them with plant-based alternatives. We are here to show you how and why – scroll down to find a number of useful blog articles, followed by lots of fish-free recipes to try! #ChooseFishFree
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Fish are inextricably tied to the water and literally suffocate in air. Says Victoria Braithwaite Professor of Fisheries and Biology at Penn State University and author of Do Fish Feel Pain?
Thanks to all the amazing vegan fish alternatives out there, ditching seafood has never been easier
Need some convincing that fish are fab and deserve to be left in the ocean instead of on a plate? Look no further than these fish facts as we share why fish are friends too!
Here we share with you some of the most worrying practices and developments in aquatic farming, and talk about the animals who are too often overlooked in discussions about how our dietary choices affect animals and the environment.
We don’t need to eat fish to be healthy – here’s what to eat instead
Want to learn more about the oceans? Dive into these ocean documentaries
Seaspiracy offers a deep-dive into the dark world of commercial fishing.
When it comes to conversations around fishing, prawns are among the forgotten victims of the industry. Experts have observed a range of different behaviours among the crustacean community, suggesting individual prawns have their own distinct personalities.
Our oceans – and their wildlife – are under threat
Tangy pineapple salsa makes a lovely fresh topping for these breaded vegan fish tacos. Best served in corn tortillas with shredded red cabbage.
…with tartare sauce and mushy peas.
Oh, this is a lovely treat! We’re suckers for anything battered once in a while and this really hits the spot.
This creamy sandwich filling has quickly become a vegan classic!