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Can you eat smoked fish skin?

Asked: Brad Turkheim, Last Updated:

Fish skin has been eaten safely throughout history. It's even a popular snack in many countries and cultures. As long as fish have been properly cleaned and the outer scales fully removed, the skin is typically safe to eat.

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  • Is salmon healthier than trout?

    Rich in protein as well as minerals, salmon has always been considered a very healthy choice of meal. There isn't a big difference between the calorie content between trout and salmon. Salmon has around 208 calories for every 100 grams so if you had to choose the lower calories option, trout would be the best choice.

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    3. It's important to clean up the tail with a wire brush before painting it.

  • Which Indian fish has single bone?

    Unlike in the Punjabi Fish Tikkas, the Rawas is cooked on the bone. This imparts more flavour. There is one single bone so eating it not tough.

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