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Old 12-09-2006, 08:58 AM   #1
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I was wondering how you can make ordinary everyday food much more fattening?
I'm asking this because I'm not quite the expert :P
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Old 12-09-2006, 01:44 PM   #2
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Frying things tends to do the trick. Fried chicken, fried chocolate, fried coleslaw, fried soda... use your imagination. Also, adding large amounts of sugar can help. Who can resist a platter of sugar-coated jumbo shrimp, or a cesar salad with sugar croutons and maple syrup for dressing? Finally, what really makes everyday food more fattening is eating more of it.

In this day and age of everyone asking the opposite question, I would think one wouldn't have to try too hard at something like this.
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I guess Europeans, at least I have :P, a different definition frying.
What do you exactly mean with 'frying'?
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Frying is simply putting something in a pan, and cooking it with a lot of butter or oil. Instant calories! Plus, everything tastes better when fried.
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Aha, I see.
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my family has a history of heart disease and i dont want to get to unhealthy. but i am trying to put weight on. can anyone recommend foods that can give me some extra girth w/o causing health problems?
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my family has a history of heart disease and i dont want to get to unhealthy. but i am trying to put weight on. can anyone recommend foods that can give me some extra girth w/o causing health problems?
I put ranch dressing on everything. I don't think that is bad for you.
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Old 12-11-2006, 09:29 PM   #8
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I put ranch dressing on everything. I don't think that is bad for you.
I just wrap everything in bacon. im a huge fan of christmas, so i love unwrapping presents. so everytime i cook something i wrap it upin bacon, and t hen unwrap it and it feels like christmas.
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I just wrap everything in bacon. im a huge fan of christmas, so i love unwrapping presents. so everytime i cook something i wrap it upin bacon, and t hen unwrap it and it feels like christmas.
i dont think that is a good idea. i was looking for something more heart healthy. i am trying to gain weight but i was born with congenitle heart disease so its hard, and i cant have stuff that is bad for your heart.
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please help me, i would genuinley like to get bigger.
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As a general rule, plant-derived fats are healthy while animal-derived fats are not. Worse than either are hydrogenated fats, which have been artificially unsaturated in misguided attempts to make them healthier. So good options here are nuts, legumes, and their derivatives - peanut butter, vegetable oils, and cashews, a personal favourite of mine. And then you could take the anti-Atkins approach and eat large amounts of potatoes and bread. No one ever told anyone to cut the bread out of their diet that I'm aware of. In fact, the USDA food pyramid one recommended up to 11 servings of grain-type products, even though that's hardly a reliable source for anything except the economic interests of farmers.
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actually I'm wondering something like this too...But I want to avoid tons of extra sodium and extra sugar. I cook EVERYTHING with butter, so that's easy ...it's just I wonder what else I could do.
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I was wondering how you can make ordinary everyday food much more fattening?
I'm asking this because I'm not quite the expert :P

just eat more calories and you will build more fat, its that simple.
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Olive oil is healthy. And tastier than normal vegetable oil. And good for the heart too.

Healthy choices also include fatty fish, like salmon... lots of it Plenty of calories!
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Olive oil and safflower oil is kewl. ^^ I use some olive oil in almost everything I cook.
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I personally think canola oil is the way to go. Olive oil has a very strange aftertaste to it.
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i actually like olive oil. i tried it after i read the godfather. maybe i should eat more ofit?
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actually I'm wondering something like this too...But I want to avoid tons of extra sodium and extra sugar. I cook EVERYTHING with butter, so that's easy ...it's just I wonder what else I could do.
Boost if you can stomach it.

Lean cuts of beef without the fat trimmed makes for better meat.

Omelets are good, with warm avocado and tomato and mozzerella.
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Boost if you can stomach it.

Lean cuts of beef without the fat trimmed makes for better meat.

Omelets are good, with warm avocado and tomato and mozzerella.
that last one sounds pretty yummy. Tomatoes are one of my favorite foods and who doesn't love cheese.

I will def be trying that omelet.
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Ah, BTW, if you don't whisk your eggs with milk or cream, they're better.
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Ah, BTW, if you don't whisk your eggs with milk or cream, they're better.

how's that?
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Hummus and baba ganoush = veggies high in fat and calories
Also, nuts of all kinds. Just go for lightly salted or unsalted. A little can or tin of nuts can have 1,000 calories and can be munched while at the computer in no time.
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A big mug of coffee, made up with cream and full fat milk (no water) and put in microwave. Thats what I make for my BF, what do you think? x
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Hummus and baba ganoush = veggies high in fat and calories
Also, nuts of all kinds. Just go for lightly salted or unsalted. A little can or tin of nuts can have 1,000 calories and can be munched while at the computer in no time.
this also happens to be one of my favorite snacks.
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