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Overall Grade: C+. I wouldn’t recommend this product to non-vegans and would caution vegans in keeping an open mind before buying or tasting this product. The texture is strange. I don’t remember what shrimp tastes or feels like, but it could also have a strange texture. Either way, this product won’t be a regular on my shopping list.
- It is a breaded seafoodless product. There are not many seafood imitations out there.
- It is different from the other seafoodless products out there. There are “fish fillets” made by other companies, but this is one of the few products that imitates shrimp.
- It is easy to cook and doesn’t require anything besides putting the shrimp on a tray in the oven.
- It is gluten free and soy free.
- It is a seafood imitation product. I think there is a reason there isn’t a lot of faux seafood on the market. Seafood tastes and smells strange to many people and this product has an odd squishy texture.
- I’ve never had coconut shrimp, but I expected to taste the flavor of coconut. The breading was nice, but I didn’t get much of a coconut taste.
- It is quite greasy. I prepared it in the toaster oven and didn’t add any oil.
- In order for it to be tasty, I had to make a vegan mayo based sauce and cover it in the sauce.