The One Thing You Should Always Do Before Cooking Salmon

REMOVE PIN BONES! Here’s How:

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Materials:

Raw fish fillet(s)
Needle-nose pliers, jewelry pliers, surgical clamp, or special fish tweezers
Your sensitive fingertips

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Directions:

1. Lay the fillet flat on a plate, cutting board, or pan.
2. Run your fingers lightly along the length of the fillet, feeling for the tips of the bones.
3. When you find one, notice how it’s just one in a line of tiny tips protruding from the flesh
4. Use your pliers to grasp the tip of the bone and pull it out at an angle. Continue down the line to feel for the bones and pull them out until they’re all gone.

Now feel safe when eating salmon. No more embarassing fish-bone experience.

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