BANGUS DEBONING / BONELESS BANGUS

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BANGUS DEBONING / BONELESS BANGUS

 

Procedure

  1. Wash the fish
  2. Split the fish, butterfly style.
  3. Remove the internal organs, gills, blood and slime.
  4. Remove the backbone and dorsal fins by means of a sharp knife.
  5. With the use of forceps, remove the spines at the belly cavity. This can be done easily because the spiner are superficially embedded.
  6. Debone.

Make a superficial slit along the dent of the dorsal and ventral muscles with the edge of a knife. Remove spines one after the other by inserting the pair of forceps between the segments of the dorsal and ventral muscles.

 

Continue removing the spines in  similar manner on the dorsal and ventral areas until all spines are eliminated.

 

From the dorsal portion, there are approximately 44 branching spines embedded between the muscle segments. Starting from the nape along the lateral line 22 spines are embedded and along the ventral muscles are  24 spines.

 

 

 

Source: semi intensive pond for milkfish, DA brochure

 

Sustainable livelihood option for the Philippines

DENR

Livelihood options forcoastalc ommunities

Vol. II IRR and SMISLE publications- bfar

MARID agribusiness digest

September and October 1999


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