So besides being as good as possible about buying quality, grass fed meats and animal products, I was curious what people thought about the fat and skins of animals: bacon, chicken, etc. I'm led to believe the fat is where the highest omega 6 content hangs out vs. the meat of the animal. Does anyone avoid chicken skin and cooking with animal fats other than butter? I'm in love with my soups and broths using both these things. Comprising diet of 70% fat it keeps the ratio's ideal, calories up and just feels and tastes so damn right! Any opinions, input, knowledge, or your personal kitchen habits would be apprecitated. Thanks.
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