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fatty

1. containing, consisting of, or derived from fat
2. (esp of tissues, organs, etc.) characterized by the excessive accumulation of fat
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But the more important question is why do we allow ourselves to be so consumed in food, always wanting the tastiest, the highest in calories, the fattiest and oh just so scrumptious?
A full English uses 68 litres (15 gallons) of water and 2.4 square metres (25 square feet), and is also the fattiest and saltiest of a series of breakfast options included in the analysis.
In fact, 77% of the calories in an avocado are derived from fat, making it one of the fattiest plant foods in existence.
I usually use chicken thighs and legs since they are the fattiest parts of the chicken.
Adam is now getting excited about a deal with a new outlet in Japan, allowing him to source fish including otoro, the fattiest cut of Kuro Maguro and Minami Maguro tuna with a marbled appearance like Kobe beef.
As the kidneys are one of the fattiest tissues of the body, dietary intervention for nephrotic syndrome should aim to first eliminate all harmful fats from the diet.
It's what people think about when they think about smoke." When smoke begins to billow out of grill, position brisket on cooking rack over drip pan, fattiest side up.
It starts with the fattiest part of the bird -- the wings -- which then are deep-fried, tossed into a vat of melted butter and hot sauce, and finally dipped in blue cheese sauce.
The meat was beautifully soft and juicy, just pink in the middle and with hardly any fat in it at all, which is rare for one of the fattiest meats going.
Italian meatballs, with finely minced beef, must also contain the fattiest pork the chef can find, to give texture and flavour.
The brain has evolved to crave the fattiest meats, the sweetest fruits--natural, unprocessed foods that contain the highest energy.
The stark almost ordinary presentation is juxtaposed with the fattiest of bluefin tuna served carefully against some silky soy and freshly sharkskin-grated wasabi.