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Are sprats eaten whole?

Asked: Preston Schroder, Date Created:

You can leave the sprats intact, head on and guts in and eat them whole. ... Lay a sprat on a chopping board. Cut the head starting from the back side and go easy at the end, belly side. Pull the head off gently and most of the guts will pull out as well.

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