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Is Keta Salmon good eating?

Asked: Eli Klabough, Last Updated:

Keta salmon, also called chum or dog salmon, is a drier fillet because of its lower fat content. While they are both good sources of lean protein and healthy fatty acids, knowing the nutritional differences between keta and sockeye salmon might help you determine which fish is a better fit for your diet.

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