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The herd was a significant source of variation for body length, diagonal body length, ear length, ear width, dewlap width, rump width (Hook to hook), rump length (Hook to pin), height at withers, height at sixth rib, height at last rib, height at spine, height at pin bone, heel depth, and tail length (Pa$?0.001).
Designed for ease of handling, operation, cleaning and service, the CT2612 pin bone remover joins a lengthening list of specialized equipment that Carnitech is supplying salmon plants around the world.
He scrapes along the ribcage, removing the soft, grey flesh from the pin bones. He slides the knife along the side and, with a flick, out at the tail.
The Geophysical Institute machine shop has signed a licensing agreement with the University of Alaska Fairbanks for development of two devices used to remove tiny pin bones from salmon, bones that conventional salmon-cleaning machines leave behind.
Ingredients 4 salmon fillets, skinned and pin bones removed Small bunch coriander leaves, finely chopped 1 red chilli, cut into rings 1 lemon, sliced 10ml olive oil Marinade: 1tbsp olive oil 100g plain yoghurt 2 cloves garlic, crushed Thumb size piece of ginger, finely grated Juice of 1 lemon 2 tsp ground cumin Half tsp red chilli powder Half tsp ground turmeric Sea salt and freshly black pepper, to taste
2 pounds wild sockeye salmon, pin bones and skin removed, finely cubed
* To remove pin bones, which run lengthwise along fillet, grasp with tweezers (preferably fish tweezers) and pull out in the same direction that bones are pointed.
He is a lovely man but he always seems to leave some of the soft pin bones that float in the flesh.
HOT SMOKED WILD SALMON (serves 6 as a main course, 10/12 as a starter) Ingredients 1 side of wild salmon (ask your fishmonger to remove the skin and pin bones) A handful of beechwood chippings 100g of table salt lemon, cut into wedges Method You will need a cooling rack, a roasting tray big enough to fit the cooling rack in and some kitchen foil.
SEWIN RECIPE GRILLED SEWIN WITH ASPARAGUS SALAD BY BRYAN WEBB You will need 4 x 200g pieces of sewin (sea trout) with all pin bones removed.
Simply use a pair of normal tweezers or small pliers to remove pin bones from fish.