How many fats do you have in your kitchen?


(Brennan) #1

I’m sitting at 10.
Olive oil
Coconut oil
MCT oil
Bacon grease
Duck fat
Walnut oil
Flax oil
ghee
Avacado mayo
Butter

A guys just gotta have options!


(Whole Lotta Rosie The Riveter ) #2

Liquid Coconut Oil (unrefined one somewhere as well)
EVOO
Macadamia Oil
Avocado Oil
Ghee
Butter
Bacon Fat


(Brennan) #3

@safi I have not tried macadamia oil, be honest is it as delicious as I’m imagining it?


(Now known as "DR JUICE" - it's just that easy! JUICE DC (Doctor of Comedy)) #4

Make yer own!


(Jane) #5

Olive oil
Coconut oil
MCT oil
Bacon grease
Duck fat
Ghee (homemade!)
Lard
Butter


#6

Butter
Ghee
Lard
Beef Tallow
Bacon Fat
Olive Oil
Coconut Oil
MCT Oil
Avocado Oil
Sesame Oil


#7

Olive oil
Coconut oil
Butter
Bacon grease
sesame oil


(Brennan) #8

Another one I haven’t tried yet!

P.S. KetoCobra is an awesome username!


(Whole Lotta Rosie The Riveter ) #9

It’s a very nice finishing oil if you’re not after a full on vinaigrette or the like. Definite if subtle taste of macadamias & has a pretty good smoke point if you want to marinate meat with it :slightly_smiling_face:


(Whole Lotta Rosie The Riveter ) #10

Couldn’t be arsed :grin:


(Now known as "DR JUICE" - it's just that easy! JUICE DC (Doctor of Comedy)) #11

It’s super-easy and BETTER :slight_smile:


(Whole Lotta Rosie The Riveter ) #12

I rarely use it to be honest. Soooo many fats, so little time spent eating :slightly_smiling_face:


(Laurie) #13

butter
olive oil
coconut oil
some “red palm oil” (whatever that is) that we inherited


#14

Butter
Ghee
Bacon fat
Olive oil
Extra virgin olive oil
Avocado oil
Occasionally lard, tallow, or duck fat when I get a good source


(Allie) #15

Ghee (homemade)
Olive oil
Lard
Coconut oil

I think that’s it. No butter as I turn it all into ghee.


(Take time to stop and eat the bacon!) #16

I share your pain, sister!

From left to right:
Butter
Bacon grease
Bacon grease
Olive oil
Coconut oil
Tallow
Heavy cream
Cream cheese
Sour cream


(Whole Lotta Rosie The Riveter ) #17

:pray:


#18

Butter and coconut oil, no need for more.


(Sheri Knauer) #19

coconut oil
avocado oil
olive oil
macadamia nut oil
ghee
butter
bacon fat
beef lard
duck lard
mayo
MCT oil


(Bob M) #20

Red palm oil is relatively low in PUFAs, higher in saturated fat, and has a high antioxidant count (if you care about that). It will have a relatively high smoke point. It’s probably the best vegetable “oil” (it’s a solid at room temperature) to fry in.