Can you eat the eye of a salmon?
First of all, it must be said that any bony fish, such as bream, bass and salmon, have eyes ready to be enjoyed but, generally speaking, any eye of a fairly large size offers great gourmet satisfactions. So, get ready to taste what you usually throw away after cooking your fish in the oven.
Can you eat fish brains?
Fish bones, brains, cartilage and fat are nutritious, containing extra-high levels of vitamin A, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, zinc and calcium, according to Toppe.
What is the healthiest part of a fish?
Although most of the omega-3s in fish are found in the fillet, the skin contains a fair amount of the much-desired fatty acid, too. For example, our 4-ounce skinless barramundi contain 650 mg of omega-3s. Our 4-ounce, skin-on barramundi have 1.5 g of omega-3s. That’s almost twice as many omega-3s when you eat the skin!