Originally Posted by Chlorinated
...I think lamb chops has the highest saturated fat content compared to any parts of any other animals....
Remember, the fat content of any animal product is highly dependent on how it is butchered and trimmed as well as how it is cooked! A ridiculous example: a slab of lard has far more saturated fat than the equivalent weight of a pork chop, even if the pork chop is not trimmed as is normal.
One caveat on lamb fat, it solidifies rather quickly as it cools and, IMO, tastes ghastly when cold, BTA,WTHDIK!
Have you considered the difference between "marble fat", those streaks of fat embedded in the meat, versus the fat layers, that are often trimmed off? Often, the fat layers will render and leave most of the fat in the pan, unless, of course, you pour the fat in the pan over your meat, though I would sooner use butter, it has better flavor, IMHO.
If, as you've previously stated, it is your goal to consume saturated fat, I'd seriously consider sources other than animal fats, many other food products are far higher in saturated fat content and, IMO, far more flavorful. Meat is predominately protein, it is not that good a vehicle to carry fat into your digestive tract.
Oh, BTW, I understand seal and whale blubber is very high in saturated fat.