The Future of Seafood
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(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Gloucester, Virginia Jul 29, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Delaware Valley Tesla Owner Club as well as members of other Tesla clubs will travel to Gwynn’s Island, Virginia, located in the Chesapeake Bay accessible by boat or by car using a historic swing bridge. 20 Tesla owners will rally for a road trip adventure-seeking an incredibly special treasure that could change the way we look at seafood forever.
“We drive electric vehicles because we care about the environment, many of us also have rooftop solar and have selected certified wind power from clean choice generators,” said Vivianna Van Deerlin, Tesla owner and president of the club, “but how we eat has a major impact on the environment too. Some of us have decreased or eliminated factory-farmed animal products from our diet and turned to seafood. After seeing the Netflix documentary film “Seaspiracy” we learned that even seafood consumption may be adding to the problem and creating new ones.”
The tour starts from five different states. Owners of Tesla Models S, 3, X, and Y will roll to a common location near Gwynn’s Island. “Most of these Tesla electric vehicles are charged by wind and rooftop solar and get 130 MPGe on average,” said Rick Denzien an electric vehicle driver since 2013 with 180,000 gasless miles logged, “Part of the adventure is to see who in the club record the most efficient EV from start to end.”
In 2019 life partners Rick & Debra set the world record for a longest music tour in an electric vehicle, at 8,000+ miles, then they went on up to 20,000 miles to seal it. After watching the movie Rick started searching for seafood vegan alternatives, bought the company’s Crunchy Coconut Shrimp online, and had a Mind-Blowing Experience.
This is the treasure the Tesla owners will find – a plant-based seafood product invented on Gwynn’s Island by The Plant-Based Seafood Company, a female-owned business based there. They named the product line Mind Blown because that was the number one response from real seafood lovers.
The historically famed White Dog Bistro in Matthew, VA will be the first restaurant in the United States to serve Mind Blown products on their menu with Chef Walter using it to create three new dishes that are sure to please any palate. Side by sidereal seafood and plant-based alternatives will be served for taste test comparisons.
The Plant Based Seafood Co. will debut their Lobster Chunks and Bits exclusively for the group in a 3rd course offering to consist of a side-by-side real lobster-verses-their new Plant-Based Lobster in a dish created by White Dog Bistro Chef and Owner Walter Wilkes. Broiled in an herb and olive oil drizzle then served over basil pesto polenta cakes with lemon zested white truffle marinated asparagus, the group will be the first to taste the Mind Blown Lobster.
Tesla owners will be on hand with their personal electric vehicles to chat, and answer questions about ownership. “We want folks to learn about the benefits and features of electric vehicles and plant-based seafood from Mind Blown,” said Rick.
Delaware Valley Tesla Owners Club Event: https://www.dvto.club/event-4373045
Plant Based Seafood Co: https://plantbasedseafoodco.com/pages/about-the-plant-based-seafood-co
The White Dog: https://thewhitedogbistro.com/history
For more information on NDEW, Drive the Future events: https://driveelectricweek.org/event?eventid=2777
For more info on Rick Denzien’s EV tour: https://thedriven.io/2019/02/20/zero-emissions-musicians-take-a-tesla-model-3-ev-on-tour/http://www.RickDenzien.com
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