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Remove Y bones AFTER cooking the filet

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I found this on the net.

This is a pretty interesting concept.

Has anyone tried deboning a fillet after fryingit?

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hi, ya I have seen that same article a while back on an ely area HSOforum, I have not tried it yet. Seems like a good way to do it though.

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let me ask you this merkman,

If you had a fillet like that sitting on a plate in front of you, would you want to take the time to take the Y bones out of it?

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let me ask you this merkman,

If you had a fillet like that sitting on a plate in front of you, would you want to take the time to take the Y bones out of it?

If I had a fillet like that sitting on a plate in front of me.... I think the bones would come out of the other end. shockedlaugheekblush

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to much info merk grin I havent done it this way just the old fashion way eat and spit um out but I prefer takeing them out before they are cooked

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see thats how i am, spit them out, becuase if you get one in your throut, you wash it down with a few beers!

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