Yup! And, if the gourmet "organic" heavy cream is too expensive, go to a restaurant supply store and get "Manufacturing Cream". It's only about $6 for a full HALF GALLON. Look for that or "heavy cream", not "heavy whipping cream" which isn't as good.Okay. You have lots of choices, then.
EGGS.... these are cheap, full of nutrition, and excellent for LCHF eating.
Cream.... heavy whipping cream to put in your coffee
Mayonnaise (not "salad dressing, but the real thing") can be put on a lot of foods, mixed with canned tuna and hard-boiled eggs....
Cheap cuts of meat are usually the more fatty ones, so that's a benefit for LCHF
Chicken legs are less expensive than breast meat, and have more fat in them, so would be good LCHF meat (keep the skin on to take advantage of more fat).
That's off the top of my head, I'm sure others will have more suggestions.
Yes, more than everything else - except proper "heavy cream" which has even a little more. 6g per tablespoon vs. (at most) 5.5 for HWC or nearly 10% more.What's wrong with heavy whipping cream??? I've been buying that thinking it had more fat in it.
Necessity is the mother of invention.This should be your key to solving the difficulty. Dont forget that you live in a country with the greatest selection of very affordable food stuffs.Any suggestions if u are not middle class and are extremely poor and unable to afford an lchf diet and 100 percent insulin dependent ?
It amazes me when I see people buying food on food stamps but then purchasing alcohol and cigarettes as well then going out and getting into a new car. SMHIt always amazes me to see people complain how poor they are, when they are still buying cigarettes. Not saying you're a smoker, and not chastising anyone else who smokes. Just saying that tobacco is expensive, so if you plead poverty but still buy smokes, then there's something wrong with the picture.
Kind or unkind is a matter of opinion and has nothing to do with the real issue. Some very good and helpful suggestions and facts have been offered on this thread. Other than say that he eats anything and lives in the USA, ThirdworldTheo has been silent. Mostly, people looking for advice are very glad to receive and acknowledge such help. If questions are asked they should be answered, so that the exchange progresses to a clear understanding between the OP and the posters. One way streets dont lead to anything . So in my opinion "its over to you Leo".Folks, this thread has become unkind. There is no indication that the OP is doing what has been mentioned. He is wanting help to find affordable ways to eat LCHF. Hopefully we can help him with this.