Canned salmon

My husband does not like tuna in fact he eats very little fish. If it’s fresh he’ll only eat it crumbed and fried with any hint of moisture taken out or canned salmon, not fresh, just canned. Sigh I love my fish and seafood. Fishing in fresh water or the sea was a family thing when I was growing up, it wasn’t a thing my husbands family did. Don’t worry I don’t miss out we live by the sea, fish is good.

Our debate over canned salmon is whether to take out the bones, me I hate crunchy stuff in my salmon patties or sandwich. Hubby likes to leave them in to eat, for someone who is not a big fish eater this surprises me.

Needless to say I’m the one who cleans the skin and bits of the canned salmon before eating as I can’t handle those bones, he thinks he breaks them up small, but I KNOW!

If you are a canned salmon eater do you leave the skin and bones in there or discard it?


    • Jennifer Marsden on October 30, 2019 at 5:50 pm
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    I alwYs take out the main backbone and the yucky black bits. The tiny bones I leave in. Only because that’s the way my mum taught me. Any other fish bones get taken out,

    • Kathleen Caterson on October 30, 2019 at 7:13 pm
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    I take the skin & bones out, mix with the liquid & pour over the dog’s dinner.

  1. I’m glad I’m not the only one that does not eat the bones.

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