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Why are there bones and skin in my can of salmon?

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This is a traditional packing process for canned salmon. The amount of bones and skin in canned salmon varies depending on the size of the fish. The sterilization process softens them enough that they can be easily mashed and blended with the salmon. Give them a try! The skin and bones supply important nutrients such as calcium.

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