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What canned fish has bones you can taste and which do not? I got a can a while back that "had bones but you can't even tell" and there was a whole crunchy spine in it. Trying to find some without bones.

Do I look for a certain thing like mackerel fillets? sardines? Is anyone experienced with canned fish?
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just quit being a little baby
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Without bones?
What's wrong with you?
Bones add a nice crunchy texture
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Kippers won't have bones.
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Mackk is the way to go.



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