Hi! I live in Europe but I’m a Sabahan who goes home every year for a couple of months for Chinese New Year. So I started keto about 2.5 months ago for weight loss and the result is pretty good. I’m due to return to Malaysia in a month’s time and I had a mild panic attack assuming that I won’t be able to get keto-friendly product. Created a ridiculous list of things to bring back too! After reading your post I feel a lot better now, phew!
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I tend to get into deep ketosis on my third week of the month due to ramping up of exogenous ketones derived from MCT oils and other longer chain oils, and it’s not too good for my T3 and T4 markers so I usually get in a carb refeed on the last week of the month just so that I don’t stress my thyroid too much. Still, eventhough I do carb refeeds, they’re after heavy workouts and I only go for a maximum of 100g of carbs.
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I just started the keto diet and being Malaysian like you its so hard to give up the good ol Malaysian carb laden food like the karipap(which is my fav). So stumbling on to your blog is heaven sent. I am so going to try this karipap out. Thank you for making this keto friendly. Im gonna keep following your blog to see if you manage to ketofy(is this even a legit word…lol) any more Malaysian food.
Hi Marcella, Not all recipes can use sweeteners interchangeably, though many can. I do talk about this in the sweetener guide you mentioned. The reason for specific sweeteners in recipes is mainly because I can only 100% vouch for the way I tested the recipe, with my specific ingredients. Sweeteners also provide bulk, so sometimes changing to a different one does change the result as well. In the case of these cinnamon rolls, though, there isn’t a lot of sweetener in the dough, so they do work fine with almost any sweetener you like.