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Old 01-28-2010, 07:04 AM
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Has anyone tried Rubinstein's canned salmon?
I can get these reasonably priced at a discount store, but not sure how good they taste.
Haff.........I've seen those out but I haven't tired a can yet.
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I have not tried the Rubinstein's, but I have gotten the Bumblebee Wild Alaska Caught Salmon that comes in the same size can (14.75 ounces or so). I don't know about Rubinstein's, but the Bumblebee can I got does include the bones and skin, both of which are easy to remove if you're of a mind to.

I read on Bumblebee's website about it, and they said the bones are soft and edible, which appeared to be the case. The vertebrae turned to mush under my fingers rather easily, so grinding them up and mixing them in with everything would not be an issue. And it adds to your calcium!

I highly recommend it. At $2.69 a can in the Stop & Shops on Staten Island for near a pound compared to $3.00 or more for a 4 ounce skinless/boneless can, I'll deal with the skin and bones even if I do remove them in the end.

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Salmon patties are awsome!!
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Has anyone tried Rubinstein's canned salmon?
I can get these reasonably priced at a discount store, but not sure how good they taste.
Haven't had that brand but red salmon is the best IMHO. When I lived in Alaska pink salmon was fed to the dogs Red,King and Silver was what everyone fished for in the rivers.
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You'd just love eating smelts or sardines then.
I've never seen canned smelts, but I sure do like the fresh ones. I used to really like Underwood's sardine in tabasco sauce. I haven't seen them in years.

I actually like the little vertabrae in the canned salmon. I don't think I've seen a brand without it. Grew up eating salmon patties and they always had them in it so I guess I just associate them with it. They're cooked soft and add a nice textural element. That's also why canned salmon is a good source of calcium.

Another one to consider is canned mackerel. It's usually quite cheap. It's good stuff in recipes. I've made patties with it, and pastas, and even fish stews.
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