I don't think that more snacks are the answer to insufficient calories.
I IF and only eat once a day. So in order to have enough calories, after having my large dinner, I top it off with dessert, made up of a baked banana topped with a piece of dark chocolate, in about 150mL cream.
Then if I'm still hungry, I have it again.
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Nuts, a variety of sausages (from a butcher that uses only good meats and maybe avoids nitrates), blood sausage (from a butcher that adds lots of fat), cans of anchovies and pork rinds (or make your own chicken and/or turkey skin "rinds") come to mind immediately. Although they have carbs, avocados (homemade guacamole!) are relatively portable and full of calories and fat.
The initial question noted tiring of chicken, milk and tuna. I would recommend looking a couple of alternatives. If it is just "milk" I would suggest high fat yogurt and high fat cheeses. I am experimenting with high fat (11% - the highest I can find in Canada) plain Greek-style yogurt that I mix with coconut milk and coconut flakes - yummy and full of healthy fats (I am OK with lactose). Think about switching out chicken for higher fat alternatives - lamb, fatty cuts of pork (pulled pork anyone?), rib eyes, etc. Assuming that the tuna comment was canned tuna, think about canned salmon as a flavour break...
My two cents...
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I started alternating between milk and coconut milk.
Banana smoothie made with coconut milk and a tablespoon of flax or hemp oil?
cans of coconut milk to go with your stick of butter?
Yeah somehow that doesn't sound *that* appetizing.
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What about pemmican?
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