Just the vision I needed. Those tails look absolutely divine.
I decided some more “research” was in order to answer this question.
Turns out, I didn’t even need to open the can to tell that the brand I buy are boneless.
After opening the can, you can tell these sardines are skinned and much cleaner than some.
I’m not going to say they’re completely boneless, but they’re way more boneless the others I’ve had.
You can see where some of the bones have made it passed quality control , but these are barely noticeable while eating. I’ve had sardines, with the spine still in, that was like eating a skeleton.
But as you can see, it didn’t stop me from enjoying them.
Hope this helps. If you need further “research” just let me know.
Haven’t had a good liverwurst and onion sandwich in about 30 years … I would add a spicy mustard to your concoction, and may try it this weekend.