Another keto-friendly bakery has made the leap from an online store to a brick-and-mortar one. Goodies from Kekito Bakery, helmed by 30-year-old self-taught baker Charlene Yang, are now available at farm-to-table food-court concept Mahota Kitchen. Charlene’s bakes are mostly Japanese-inspired, with offerings like what she claims is the “lowest carb Japanese cheesecake you can find in stores” (see the yuzu cotton cheesecake below) and a simple cream roll cake. She says Kekito is made up of the words "keki" meaning "cake" in Japanese and "keto", a low carb way of eating )currently one of the most fashionable diets around). Hence, Kekito simply means Nippon-style cakes with low carb keto qualities.

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