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Can you eat canned mackerel cold?

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Princes Canned Mackerel Great on toast, bread, rice or pasta, Mackerel fillets come in a range of tasty flavours. Eat them hot or cold, and if you fancy something a bit more adventurous then why not try our Flavours of the world range.

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