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Posted by: nats | 2004/09/28

fish

i want to start eating fish cause its healthier but as i'm not really a fan of fish i would prefer to eat fish without bones...what fish doesn't have bones in it?

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Dear Nats
All fish have bones, but you can buy excellent deboned fish of all varieties in your local supermarket, e.g. hake, salmon, etc. Seafood such a prawns, crab, oysters, etc, don't have any bones, and also have an excellent nutritive composition. Finally you can buy tinned fish of all varieties (tuna, pilchards, sardines), which may contain bones but they are so soft thanks to the canning process that you can actually eat the bones or just remove them.
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Posted by: nats | 2004/09/29

thanks

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Posted by: Bodforlife | 2004/09/29

Just look for I&J or Sea harvest for fish that is Deboned. It generally says so on the front of the box. In these brands you can find both hake and haddock. Alternatively when you order fish from the fish counter, just ask them to debone it. OR you can just eat plain canned Tuna!

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