I think Kurt Harris has the best advice on this. He recommends no more than 4% of total calories to be from PUFA (all sources combined, n6+n3 and all others). On a 2000 calorie diet, this would be 80 calories; approximately 9 grams of fat. So if you're aiming for 1:1, you want 4.5 grams as MAXIMUM from omega 6. This means no poultry and no nuts in effect, unless they are in very small amounts. Of course I couldn't tell you in good conscience not to ever eat chicken skin again. Just make sure to up your omega-3 intake slightly and have some lower PUFA days afterward to compensate.