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Can you eat smoked herring bones?

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The fish may also be pickled, smoked and fried. But Americans generally aren't interested in eating small, oily fish with numerous bones – even though, in the case of herring, their oil content is part of what makes them tasty and healthy, and many of their bones are small enough that they can be eaten.

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  • What happens if I eat bad smoked salmon?

    The Mayo Clinic says that cold smoked salmon and lox can be contaminated by Listeria bacteria, which can cause very serious illness in some people. Those at risk of succumbing to a listeria infection include pregnant women and people with a weakened immune system, such as those undergoing treatment for cancer.

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