Mackerel of Scomberomorus commerson (Lacepède, 1800) is a fish that has thick meat which is a favorite of Indonesian people to be made into various types of processed seafood with a distinctive taste. Mackerel in Indonesia is widely used by food processing industries. The number of edible flesh of the fish is 65%, meaning that the waste from the fish is 35% including the head and bones. The purpose...
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