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Can you eat trout and salmon skin?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (17703points) November 24th, 2016

It looks tasty. Is it safe to eat?

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14 Answers

anniereborn's avatar

Just cook it first!

johnpowell's avatar

It is the best part!!!

nightwolf5's avatar

You can yes. Some like it, some don’t.

MrGrimm888's avatar

Yup. And if you fry it, the tail is a crunchy delight.

I also love the vertebrae in caned salmon.

imrainmaker's avatar

You’re salmon guy..)

JLeslie's avatar

I fry salmon skin for my husband so it gets crunchy. I remove it, and salt it a little, then fry in a pan. The salmon meat I usually bake in the oven.

Pachy's avatar

Yes, in the ways described above. And if you’re into sushi like I am, you know how good salmon skin sushi roll is.

JoyousLove's avatar

I tend to leave the fins on trout and eat them like chips after I cook the trout…

Dutchess_III's avatar

Um…well. I never have.

BellaB's avatar

I like the salmon skin more than the salmon meat.

dappled_leaves's avatar

It’s yummy coated in a bit of flour and then fried. I remember chewing the tails when I was a kid. My father fished a lot.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Well….I chewed on the T-bone when we had T-bone steaks…..

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