In listing eight ways to cut fat "without realising it", Men's Health has some oddities (adding juice concentrate to stir-fry?) but also potentials for healthier eating without pain. Among them are ordering steak fries and putting canned soups in the fridge.
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The steak fries (i.e. thickly cut chips), the editors claim, absorb less oil than their shoestring and curly-cut cousins, so if you like the more potato-forward taste, go for them when you can. As for the soup, refrigerating a "hearty" or "beefy" canned soup before heating it up allows the fat to congeal at the top of the can, so you can scrape some of it off.
Beyond Men's Health's eight entries (in semi-annoying, page-reloading click-through fashion), what ways do you cut fat out without noticing too much?
8 Ways to Cut Fat Without Realizing It: Cool Your Cans [MensHealth.com via Consumerist]