Sesame Chicken that is better than takeout – keto, gluten free, budget recipe

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If you are craving some tasty, clean Asian Keto Sesame Chicken that is healthier and mush less expensive than the Americanized Chinese takeout, this recipe is for you! The crispy chicken bits with the delicious sweet sesame glaze, served with cauliflower fried rice and a side of stir fried vegetables is a perfect dinner you can make in less than 30 minutes.
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►INGREDIENTS:
Chicken thighs or breasts
Garlic powder:
Black pepper:
Or White pepper:
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Baking soda:
Glucomannan/Konjac root powder:
Egg white
Sugar-free, gluten-free tamari:
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Olive oil:
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Lakanto monkfruit sweetener:
Ketchup or Tomato paste
Rice vinegar:
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Toasted sesame seeds
Optional cilantro, scallions, green onions
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  1. Whey protein powder is the worst…if you can't do without protein powder use isolate.

    We don't know the long-term effects. "There are limited data on the possible side effects of high protein intake from supplements," McManus says.
    It may cause digestive distress. "People with dairy allergies or trouble digesting lactose [milk sugar] can experience gastrointestinal discomfort if they use a milk-based protein powder," McManus points out.

    A new risk revealed
    Earlier this year, a nonprofit group called the Clean Label Project released a report about toxins in protein powders. Researchers screened 134 products for 130 types of toxins and found that many protein powders contained heavy metals (lead, arsenic, cadmium, and mercury), bisphenol-A (BPA, which is used to make plastic), pesticides, or other contaminants with links to cancer and other health conditions. Some toxins were present in significant quantities. For example, one protein powder contained 25 times the allowed limit of BPA.

    https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/the-hidden-dangers-of-protein-powders

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