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  1. Hello, I keep seeing in the recipes "cooking fat" as an ingredient. I've been using olive oil. Is this considered "cooking fat" or is ghee "cooking fat"? Also, if this is ghee that is being referenced, I picked some up at Trader Joe's (Clarified Butter - Ghee) and it clearly lists milk as an ingredient. Is that normal? I was under the impression that ghee didn't have milk so I haven't used it yet. Thanks as always for your help. Sincerely, Stephanie
  2. Schnauzy

    So much cooking fat

    It is my first day on the whole30 and I prepped my meal yesterday. I made a pound of roasted veggies and 10 oz of seared chicken - I put 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil in EACH dish (total of 4 tb). I felt like this was a lot but please correct me if I'm wrong. What is the appropriate amount of cooking fat we should have in one meal? Thank you