The ingredient used to make the sushi jar are tasty and good for you!
#LunchBreakLIVE with the incredible Tammy Fry of Seed by Tammy Fry and The Fry Family Food Co. This family-owned almost 30-year-old vegan food company saves 3 and a half million animals every year! Fry’s is in 28 countries and about to hit the US! Their products mimic meat are delicious and easy to make! What store do you want to see Fry’s in? Vote in the comment section now! Tammy is the marketing director of Fry Family Food Company, spreading the positive message of health and compassion!
Eat cabbage for a healthy brain!
Tammy’s grandfather was a farmer in South Africa. He also farmed animals like chickens and goats. He worked in construction for a while when his daughter, Tammy’s mom, convinced him not to kill chickens. Later, he built a piggery as part of his construction work. When he saw the piggery, he had an epiphany and went from being prideful about what he had built to wanting to save all the pigs from their unfortunate fates. This is how the 100 percent plant-based Fry Family Food Company began! Thanks to the efforts of this “purpose-driven” company, it is estimated that 3.5 million animals were saved in the past year based on calculations of sales of Fry’s plant-based alternatives that were bought.
This brand has many versatile options!
Tammy is also an amazing athlete. She is surfs, lifts weights, and is a black belt in karate. But that not all, she’s also a super mom of two who makes food that appeals to kids. Tammy knows her food and she knows the nutritional benefits of every ingredient she uses. Jane is so impressed by her cooking skills she describes Tammy as “chefalicious!”
Sausage rolls even a meat eater would like!
Tammy is jazzing it up in the kitchen today in using her food brand and an air fryer. The Fry’s prawns she uses this day are full of protein, and so is the quinoa she substitutes for rice. She points out the purple cabbage looks like a brain and is good for your brain too! Today she makes the sausage rolls and a sushi jar with vegan prawns and a cashew cream sauce. Tammy says she uses Himalayan salt, which has helped her with her migraines because it helps keep her hydrated. Jane says anyone would love the sausage rolls. Jane is blown away by Tammy’s brand and her cooking! We hope to see this amazing plant-based food company in Costco or any other store in America soon!
Jane is thrilled by this product, and we hope to be able to try it soon too!
Store bought teriyaki (glazed/grilled in Japanese)
Or make your own:
250 ml Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce
200 ml Sake
200 ml Mirin
60 g Rapadura Sugar
You will need only 6 – 8 tbsp for the sushi jar, but great to keep in a sealed bottle in your fridge
Cashew Wasabi Cream
½ cup raw cashews – soaked overnight
2 tbsp Wasabi
½ tsp salt
tbsp Lime Juice
4 tbsp water (more may be required depending on your blender)
Blend for 30 sec until smooth and creamy
Wash the quinoa to remove any residue. Place quinoa and water in a pot. Set to high heat, stirring occasionally until it reaches a boil. Reduce heat to low, cook for 10-12 minutes.
Meanwhile in a small saucepan combine the vinegar, sugar and salt over low heat. Stir until the sugar and salt are dissolved. Remove from heat and cool. Once the quinoa is cooked, place in a ceramic/plastic bowl. Fold the vinegar mixture into the quinoa. Place in the fridge to cool.
Start by adding 3-4 tbsp quinoa to the bottom of the jar, then layer on the cabbage, carrot, edamame, ginger, avocado and wakame. Repeat with another clean jar, or until all ingredients are used.
Seal and refrigerate up to 3 days.
When ready to serve, grill the Fry’s Prawns. Skewer the prawns and place them in the salad jar.
Drizzle 2-3 tbsp teriyaki sauce before digging in.
Co-founder of the 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Animal Alliance Network activist group as part of the Save Movement. She helps organize weekly pig vigils outside of a slaughterhouse near Downtown Los Angeles. She hopes to help raise awareness in her community and around the world about the victims of animal agriculture.