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    Obtaining bang for your buck quality fatty oils.

    What are some affordable ways to obtaining high quality fatty oils to boost my fat levels promoting my appetite to decrease.

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    Eat fatty cuts of meat, such as pork chops, pork belly, bacon, salt pork, pork butt roast, beef rib-eye. Save any grease that forms when you cook things like bacon. Slow cook fatty meats like oxtails, chuck roast, or soup bones and when it's done, put the juice from the crock pot in the fridge and then skim off and save all the fat that forms. Use that for cooking. You might ask the guys behind the meat counter if you could have some fat. They might just give it to you or they might charge you pretty cheap. Then take that home and render your own beef tallow or lard. And once in a while, roast a duck. It's a hell of a lot of work and not cheap, but you can get nearly a quart of duck fat from one duck. From now on, I'm having roast duck for Christmas instead of turkey.
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    Make your own tallow. Super easy. 30,000 calories for $5.00.


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    Don't eat oil to promote appetite suppression. Oil is essentially empty calories. Maple syrup and molasses are far more nutritious than pretty much any oil, and it's not a good idea to eat them. Eat real food. It doesn't matter if it's chicken breast, fish, pork ribs, London broil, eggs, apples, sweet potatoes or kale. Eat the foods that make you feel best and give you the most energy. Don't worry about macronutrient content. Fat and carbs are pretty irrelevant for the majority of us. The only advice I'd give is to make sure protein is adequate (1g/lb lean body mass and up to 2g/lb for gym rats). 1 lb of meat is around 100g of protein, so that's accurate enough.
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    Half a pigs head is seriously, $3. For about 500g meat, 500g fat.

    Mutton flaps are seriously good value as well. Heaps of fat comes off them when you roast them.

    Finally, butter can be rendered down to ghee and is a pretty cheap fat.
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    Fat doesn't do much for appetite suppression for me. It's protein that helps most. If I get my daily protein requirement, my appetite is usually under control. Of course, that's with remaining low carb because I'm very, very sensitive to carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Eat fatty cuts of meat, such as pork chops, pork belly, bacon, salt pork, pork butt roast, beef rib-eye. Save any grease that forms when you cook things like bacon. Slow cook fatty meats like oxtails, chuck roast, or soup bones and when it's done, put the juice from the crock pot in the fridge and then skim off and save all the fat that forms. Use that for cooking. You might ask the guys behind the meat counter if you could have some fat. They might just give it to you or they might charge you pretty cheap. Then take that home and render your own beef tallow or lard. And once in a while, roast a duck. It's a hell of a lot of work and not cheap, but you can get nearly a quart of duck fat from one duck. From now on, I'm having roast duck for Christmas instead of turkey.
    I recently did make some ox tails but I just seasoned them and put the to slow boil for 8 hrs, with the container filled half ways of water, did I cook true right of way ?

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    I went to the locker picked up 4lbs of frozen swine fat, and a few lbs of steaks , ribeye , brisket. Hand picked the qualifying high fat meat. Any idea what I should do with the 5 lbs of frozen ground beef , I heard around here it's not to well.

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