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    Default Salmon, 'useable parts' and cooking tips

    Restart of another thread about Salmon bellies that went into other parts of Salmon that Dippers use, beyond what I use.
    Great link with superb photos and recipes; bellies, heads (fish head stew), bones and collars.
    http://www.honest-food.net/blog1/200...ays-of-salmon/

    Here's the other link: (others ideas and tips on Salmon use, bellies, head, roe, and eggs)
    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...ead.php?t=2024

    I learned a bit from both and will continue the thought here.
    Any tips on fully (or more fully) using Salmon bits?
    Recipes?
    Last edited by Chitina; 05-11-2010 at 10:16. Reason: adding info
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    Fantastic recipes, and thanks for the links. I'm definitely going to give them a try.

    "Waste not, want not."

    It seems like in this day and age we'd be wise to appreciate and utilize our precious resources more than ever.

    ~tr

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    You don't have to look very hard to find somebody who would be thrilled to recieve skeins of eggs.
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    Default I put my eggs on this forum

    I had ten takers in @ 20 minutes. Rather than just feed the gulls
    If a dipnetter dips a fish and there is no one around to see/hear it, Did he really dip?

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    My wife gladly accepts king heads as well. Just thought I'd throw that out there.

    She makes a native delicacy, essentially pickled salmon. It's actually pretty good, although quite salty. I won't even try to "english-ize" the Yupik word for it....lol.

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