Ro-Ro Posted October 29, 2012 Share Posted October 29, 2012 So... here's the thing; sometimes I'm noticing that I might need to supplement the amount of fats that I'm getting in a meal (I may have cooked with olive oil, but not enough, seemingly, etc.). I came up with a quick and satisfying solution that I'm using now, that has helped me out, and I'm hoping that it's acceptable and compliant. Understand, it's not in addition to a full meal, it's part of the meal. I've made it a point to walk away from my plate as soon as I feel satisfied... and to never overeat. With that disclaimer, I present the following few ingredients that have given me a satisfying and (as far as my measuring go) very solid and fair combination of fats and fruit. Grab a small pan (or pot), and pour in about 1/8 of a can of coconut milk. Take 2 strawberries, and slice them super thin, and throw them on the milk. Take 4 raspberries and throw them in the milk as well. Crush up 4 or 5 cashews, and throw them in... you guessed it, the coconut milk. Warm this up on the stove until it takes it's first boil, kill the heat and eat. Please sound off if there's anything wrong with this approach to supplement fats (and get a little soothing deliciousness as well). I'm thinking I'm in the clear, but if not, I'd love to know. Keep it up! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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