Atlantic Bonito: description
Atlantic Bonito, italian names palamita or tonnetto, belongs to a group of fishes which have the dorsal fins very near, or separated by a narrow interspace . It has the body completely scaled with those scales in the pectoral fins area and the lateral line usually larger in size. Bonitos (fishes in the genus Sarda ) differ from tuna by their compressed bodies, by having no teeth on the roof of the mouth, and by certain colouring differences.
cleansing atlantic bonito
For cleansing atlantic bonito cut the belly and eviscerate it, than rinse under running water.
If you like you can keep the liver apart and than insert it into the body again after rinsing and drying.