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How do you debone Rohu fish?

Asked: Irina, Last Updated:

Gently pull the bone out: You'll feel some resistance when you first tug on the bone. Stand your ground, and gently, but firmly pull the bone out of the fillet in as smooth a motion as possible. Pin bones are slightly angled toward the head of the fish, so pull sideways as well as up.

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