Niboshi are little dried fish sold as snack food in most Asian markets.
They're crispy, salty, mildly fishy. They've got all the bones and such so they're little power-houses of nutrition. Did I mention they're crispy? Crispy is a texture that's hard to come by in the Primal diet.
The only problem is they're whole fish including little dried out eyeballs that fall off the fish into the bag, or worse, half-off the fish to dangle unpleasantly.
I've sliced up a heart for jerky, I regularly boil bones for broth. How can I get past this stupid hang up over fish eyes so I can enjoy a healthy snack?