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– May 17, 2019
I’m not a fan of this canned salmon at all. It’s mushy and littered with both bones and skin. I know the canning process softens the bones to make them edible but I couldn’t get past the mouth feel. The skin isn’t such a big deal; I actually enjoy salmon skin most of the time. I think it just weirded me out along with the bones and mushy texture.
I guess I was expecting it to be more like the bulk pack of canned salmon I bought from a warehouse club whose Signature brand is named after Kirkland, Washington. Their’s is boneless, skinless, and the meat has a more firm texture.
I guess not every product can be a winner to every customer. This will only be the second time in more than a decade where I’ll be using Trader Joe’s very generous return policy.
No hard feelings; I still love ya Trader Joe’s!
– February 19, 2020
I like it!!!
– September 19, 2021
I love that the TJ sockeye salmon has skin bones. They contain nutrients that are not found in the rest of the salmon. All I have to do is mash it up with a fork, and voila the skin and bones are mixed in. This is my go to fish for salads. Tuna, which is much more widely used for salads, contains a higher degree of mercury, whereas salmon does not.
– January 25, 2022
Tons of bones, it’s gross. Costcos variant is significantly better! Never buying this disgusting excuse of salmon again.
– March 17, 2022
Tons of vertebrae and bones!! Not edible!!! Disgusting
– April 24, 2022
Very good canned sockeye salmon. I’ve tried a number of different brands and this ranks amongst the best. Good texture, good color and very good flavor. (note- It’s supposed to have a skin and bones, in fact they contribute greatly to its nutrition. If you don’t like that you need to buy skinless and boneless canned salmon but don’t
Give a poor rating because it contains them.)
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