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John West Skinless and Boneless Salmon

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Rating: 4/5

This is a tin of Wild Alaskan Salmon, chunk style in springwater.

I usually peel off the skin on salmon in a tin as I do not like the slippery feeling of it, however not sure it is a good idea not to have the bones included as they are packed full of calcium, and therefore good for you.

I paid $3.36 at Coles online (cheaper in store) for a 130 g can.

Summary
I always buy John West in canned fish, and it is always very good, as is this wild Alaskan salmon.

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Oh! Finy, this might be good to use for my salmon kedgeree bake!
I usually buy Red Salmon, place in bowl, & with plastic gloves on, get rid of those horrible little bones! I have hated them with a passion ever since I chomped on some in a sandwich, when I was a child! Aaaarrrrrggggghhhh!
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