xKorix saidBlech I can't stand this mentality that just because I'm not afraid to up my fat intake means I'm just looking for an excuse to justify my "bad behavior" and "lack of discipline" I've done my research on fats, I believe a higher fat intake is a good decision.
With a metabolism like yours -- unless there's a typo in your stats -- I'd say you made the right call.
I make a point of including healthy fats in my diet, but when I get -- and give in to -- a serious craving it tends to be those roasted lime chile-flavored almonds. Definitely the saltiness is a huge part of the craving. Same with the Cajun-spice fries at my favorite burger joint, but if I eat those it's usually on a cheat day anyway.
I agree that giving in to fat cravings is pretty benign compared to giving in to sugar cravings.