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[loh-fat] /ˈloʊˈfæt/
of or being a food or style of cooking that contains or uses very little butter, oil, or other fat, usually three grams of fat or less per serving. Unabridged
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Examples from the web for low-fat
  • For everyday meals, they were made with margarine and low-fat milk.
  • Many humans also eat the low-fat, high-protein insects.
  • The media mogul and philanthropist aims to whet a public taste for the low-fat bison burger.
  • So the flavor and texture losses are more significant in low-fat sour cream.
  • When things heat up outside, cool things off in the kitchen with a chilled, low-fat soup full of fresh summer ingredients.
  • Some brands even include many choices: enriched and unenriched, nonfat, and low-fat.
  • Roasted garlic, tangy buttermilk, and chicken stock pack a lot of flavor into these low-fat mashed potatoes.
  • You'd never know that this chocolatey, smooth frozen treat is made with low-fat milk.
  • Sweet, tender shrimp are naturally lean, which makes them ideal for low-fat cooking.
  • If sweeteners are used as part of a low-fat diet in which all calories are accounted for, there should be no problem.
Contemporary definitions for low-fat

having reduced fat content; low in fat, esp. having three grams or less of fat per serving


Low-fat recipes contain less than 30 percent of their total calories from fat.'s 21st Century Lexicon
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