We chew it and we eschew it. Fat is the subject of much discussion and many articles. There's good fat and bad fat, and sometimes too much fat, in our diets. Fat adds flavor but it also adds calories, and the wrong fat in excess amounts can contribute to health problems. So, with that in mind, I was wondering what fats may be better for us. For red meat, is there any fat that's more digestible, lower in saturated fat, higher in Omega-3s? I've read that fat from grass fed beef is healthier than the fat from grain fed beef. Considering the above, which animals provide better fat - healthier, tastier, more digestible, etc. With poultry, which may be better - chicken fat, duck fat, turkey fat, goose fat ...? Now, I'm not talking about which animals are leaner and have less fat, but, measure for measure, which are the ones that have healthier or tastier fat. Somewhere I read an article that suggested pork fat was more digestible than beef fat. Does anyone know if that's true? I'm sure that what a pig eats, or what any animal eats, may effect the quality of it's fat. What type of diet may provide a healthier fat for pork - not necessarily less fat, but healthier, tastier fat?