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We tried very hard to remove the bones from our sablefish but ran into problems: compared to salmon, sablefish bones are relatively soft and tightly bound to the flesh. Consequently, they tend to break upon removal, leaving smaller, harder-to-find fragments behind. We also tried cutting the bones out, but found this wasted a lot of the fish and still didn't get them all.
On the other hand, by leaving the bones intact, they are more easily identified and removed from the cooked portion with no waste. While we regret we are at this time unable to offer boneless sablefish portions, we believe you should still be able to enjoy this delicious, healthy food—as people have throughout human history.
refund or replace your purchase.
former Alaska fisherman