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    When you guys say "eat more fat ..."

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    What kind of foods do you guys mean by this? I'm eating nuts and avacados quite a bit, but what else do you classify as "fat"?

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    Not sure about others, but I eat more red meat (ground beef, steak), and I use EVOO on salads, coconut oil to cook my eggs, eggs themselves are loaded with juicy fat content. It's interesting to tweak the PB to see what works for YOU. Not like others that are a one size fits all.

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    same as above. plus bacon.

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    Yup, me too. I also drink whipping cream in my coffee and eat cheese in moderation (full fat), although I know some eshew dairy.

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    +1 to all of the above.

    I also would like to add fat. Literally. I go to the supermarket and ask for all the fat they were going to throw out anyway. Chop it up in little pieces and throw it in to some scrambles eggs or with some ground beef. Delicious.
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    I eat some avocado (not a lot - they are quite expensive here in the UK - and hard to find ready to eat!), some cream, some butter - but fry anything and everything in either pork or beef fat which I render down from grass fed free range fat. Yummy!

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    butter, fattier cuts of grass fed beef, coconut oil and EVOO
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    I add extra oil to my salads, put butter on damn near everything and eat more nuts and avocados.
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    Eating bird pieces (chicken or turkey usually for me) with skin on instead of skinless, fattier cuts of beef and pork, coconut milk, heavy cream, use more fat when cooking veggies (butter, bacon grease, rendered lard or tallow, duck fat, etc).
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    I eat alot of eggs, around a dozen a week (all crammed into a weekend, usually), when we have avocados i peel those and eat 'em plain, chorizo in my eggs, full fat yogurt, canned salmon, if i'm really hungry at night i'll down a glass or two of half and half.

    edit: I know the half and half thing sounds disgusting, but I do like it better than, say, straight up olive oil or butter. And actually, it's really refreshing after a run or something.
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