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Is katla boneless?

Asked: Nick Lindner, Last Updated:

A salmon fillet, which is a boneless piece of fish is said to have around 30% of the oil. This oil is though great for your health containing Omega 3, Vitamin A, and Vitamin D. Katla is a freshwater fish and is majorly found in the lakes and rivers of Assam and North India. A fully-grown fish can weigh up to 2 kg.

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