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Should you eat smoked mackerel skin?

Asked: Nicolas Leduc, Last Updated:

The skin of mackerel is very thin and can be eaten but if desired, you can remove it simply by rubbing it gently with the ball of your thumb. Do be sure to remove and discard the fins.

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