I'm going into a VLC cycle, and I would LOVE some ideas for some quality high-fat, low-carb foods.
I'm allergic to dairy (even raw dairy) and coconut. Also, my stomach reacts poorly to too much protein that accompanies some animal fat sources. When I go VLC I end up eating a lot of ghee, olives and olive products, but I could go for some variation.
Perhaps cooking in generous amounts of lard? It's only around 40% saturated fat - not nearly as much as coconut oil - but that's still a decent amount. I also eat lots of bacon from pastured cows; I'll fry up a couple lbs on a weekend morning and save the rest for snacks. Yum!
I've occasionally made VLC truffles out of leaf lard and cocoa- I just melt the lard (which is basically flavorless), mix in just a little cocoa, pour into molds (or an ice cube tray), and store in the freezer. It's a really great excuse to just eat fat.
Perhaps double-yolk eggs?
Hollandaise or mayonaise are pretty much all fat; yolks + oil or butter. And delicous!
I'm very interessted in more answers aswell...
Also, slightly OT; usualy nuts and their butters are suggested to be avoided when trying to lose weight. And obviously they aren't ideal because of the n3/n6 ratio. But what about when being in ketosis?