Preheat the oven to 180 degrees (convection oven 160 degrees). Grease a baking dish with butter. Remove the rind from the mountain cheese (or Asiago) and cut...
What is meant by a high-fat diet?
A high-fat diet is defined by the ratio of your macronutrients (fat, carbs, protein), and so high-fat is considered to be above 40-45% of your daily caloric intake. Anything between 20% and 40% is considered moderate, and if your daily fat intake is below 20%, then you're right in the low-fat zone. Despite a growing number of studies showing the benefits and health-promoting properties of adding more good fats to your diet, it's still a controversial topic for some. More and more experts are advocating that a high-fat diet may not be as bad for the arteries as once thought.
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