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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana Renata View Post
    I much prefer canned mackerel over canned tuna. Plus it's cheaper!
    Tuna, BLLLEEEEUUUCCCHHHhhhhh!!
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    If you don't like Tuna, then you don't like fish. I eat it straight from the can or pouch. Keep the pouches handy at work all the time. Amazing how different tastes can be. I don't often see canned mackerel. I shall try it.

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    I detest Tune. I love Mackerel,Cod, Sea Bass, Coley, Haddock & more. It's just Tuna turns on my vomit reflex, that and Pineapple.
    Why use a sledge hammer to crack a nut when a steam roller is even more effective, and, is fun to drive.

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    I will have smoked mackerel tomorrow, got a HUGE macky in the freezer! The only thing is the tiny bones.. does any one have tips for more comfortable eating/ preparation so the bones somehow dissolve ?

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    The flesh just slides off once cooked - cook whole or fillet, either way, the flesh will just fall off.

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    Thanks PJGH, I always just warm my smoked mackerel a bit in a pan or oven, never thought of cooking?
    The bones are often so tiny they just break when preparing, but they are still hurtful/ chokable

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