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    Meet Our Keto Krushes

    Meet Our Keto Krushes

    Meet the brands behind some of our favorite Keto-friendly products. From superherb bevys to the world's first USB-powered blender, these guys make the low-carb life easier AND tastier! Since we're krushing hard on these brands, we decided to team up with them for a sweet giveaway to fuel your Keto livin' this season.

    Enter here for a chance to win over $1,500 in prizes, including:

    • 8 cartons of Keto Soup from Kettle & Fire
    • 12 chocolate bars, 4 bags of chocolate covered nuts, and 2 bags of peanut butter cups from Lily's
    • KETO-MOJO Premium Starter Kit
    • 1 case of Keto-Friendly Rebbl Elixirs + Proteins
    • 2 BlendJet Ones
    • 1 year's worth of Dang Bars 

      Giveaway closes September 29, 2019 at 11:59pm PST. 

      Kettle & Fire

      Kettle & Fire is the best at what they do, period. Not only is their packaging sustainable, but their soups are created alongside world-renowned chefs and food scientists, meaning deliciousness is pretty much guaranteed. Their new ready-to-eat soups come in four Keto-friendly flavors, ranging from classic Broccoli Cheddar to Spicy Cauliflower, and all of them boast killer macros, organic veggies, and free-range chicken bone broth. Bonus: they share ah-mazing recipes on their site.


      Check out their Keto Cauliflower Soup recipe and score 30% off their NEW Keto Soups here.


      Four words: No. Sugar. Added. Chocolate. Yeah, you read that right. Lily's Fair Trade Certified chocolate is botanically sweetened with stevia, so you can skip the blood sugar spike. Their dark chocolate varieties are also vegan, so if you're Ketotarian-curious, consider yourself (and your sweet tooth!) covered.


      Speaking of sweet tooth, we want their Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Blondies in our bellies rn. Get the recipe here.

      Snag your $1 off coupon for ANY Lily’s product here


      The most important part of the Keto diet is making sure you achieve Ketosis. And KETO-MOJO's ketone and glucose meters make monitoring your levels as easy and accurate as possible. Plus, the KETO-MOJO crew helps you get to know your new meter via instructional videos and epic customer support.

      Learn more about the Glucose-Ketone Index (GKI) and why it's so important on your keto journey here and score 15% off Keto-Mojo meter kits here.


      Rebbl makes it as easy as possible to get your dose of super herbs, healthy fats, and organic deliciousness in one delightful drink. All of their Keto-friendly elixirs have a coconut milk base (hello, MCTs!) and plant-powered attributes that will help you rock your day. Whether you opt for Rebbl's Reishi Cold Brew or Mint Chip Plant Protein Elixir, you're in for a serious treat. We love that they only use real ingredients and say sayonara to the yucky stuff. Not only will your body feel good after sipping, but your heart will, too. Like Dang, Rebbl cares about ethical ingredient sourcing, safe work conditions, and fair employee wages. 


      Step up your smoothie game with their easy Mint Chip Protein Smoothie.  

      Save 10% on your next online order at rebbl.com when you use the code 10keto at checkout. Offer valid until September 30, 2019.


      We're obsessed with the inventors of BlendJet, the first-ever portable blender. But don't let the portable part fool you - this little device packs some serious power! Simply plug into a USB port to charge, and you'll be ready to blend in no time. Tuck it into your gym bag, suitcase, or purse to get your shake, smoothie, or bulletproof coffee fix wherever, whenever.

      In fact, you could whip up this fresh, Keto-friendly Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing right at your dinner table. 


      Get 10% off your next blender on blendjet.com when using the code Keto10 at checkout.  

      You’re probably krushing on these brands by now, too. Enter our giveaway now for a chance to win over $1,500 in Keto goodies! Giveaway closes September 29, 2019 at 11:59pm PST. 

      10 Creative Ways to Use Coconut Chips

      10 Creative Ways to Use Coconut Chips

      We’re never opposed to simply popping open a bag of Coconut Chips and eating them by the handful, but there are plenty of ways to get creative in the kitchen with our versatile flavors. From slightly sweet Chips at breakfast to a keto-friendly, plant-based savory topping in noodle bowls, here are our 10 favorite ways Dang fans enjoy Coconut Chips, from day to night:

      Smoothie bowl recipe

      Photo by @livingwellwithnic


      Smoothie Bowls

      Sure you can drink a smoothie on the go, but a study has shown you enjoy food more when you’re seated. That’s why we love smoothie bowls (pictured above), which pack the same benefits into a satisfying sit-down meal. Choose your base flavor (think acai or greens blended with almond milk) then add your toppings. We like a mix of bee pollen, chia seeds, goji berries, and our Caramel Sea Salt Coconut Chips to balance the sweetness.


      Overnight Oats

      Overnight oats recipe
      Photo by @nourishedbynutrition
      But we get it—sometimes mornings are hectic. Overnight oats save time in the a.m. by doing the (easy!) prep at night. Registered dietician Jessica Bippen likes to soak rolled oats in cashew milk with yogurt, vanilla, cinnamon, and chia seeds. In the morning, just add some Coconut Chips, fruit, and any other fixings.


      Homemade Granola

      Homemade granola recipe
      Photo by @redkitchenette
      Store-bought granola can be packed with sugar and other fillers. But when you DIY, you can mix-and-match ingredients, like oats with Coconut Chips, dried fruit, cinnamon, and maple syrup for some naturally occurring sweetness.



      Coconut rice bowl recipePhoto by @everydamnbite
      Ditch that deskside peanut butter and jelly and embrace a more flavorful lunch. Coconut chips are great on salads, whether you’re going with greens and raw veggies or taking an Asian-inspired turn with rice, grilled chicken or tofu, veggies, and peanut sauce.


      Fruit Pizza

      Dang Coconut Chips on watermelon pizza
      Photo by @kaleoradokitchen 
      We never say no to pizza, even when we’re swapping watermelon in place of the dough. This watermelon "pizza" is as simple as it is satisfying—juicy triangles of melon topped with ricotta, cream cheese, and honey, plus fruit, mint, and Coconut Chips.


      From the Bag

      Photo by @temple.dietitian
      Like we said, Coconut Chips make for a tasty snack straight from the bag. We like packing it for hikes and picnics, but they’re just as handy for those 3 p.m. hunger pangs in the office. Keep a stash at your desk and thank us later.



      Thai curry noodle bowlsPhoto by @healthylittlevittles
      Take a cue from health coach Gina Fontana who created vegan and gluten-free mango curry noodle bowls, combining rice noodles, veggies, tofu, red curry, and our Original Recipe Coconut Chips.


      Spring Rolls

      Thai spring rolls recipe
      With summer temps rising, sometimes the last thing we want to do is turn on the oven. Spring rolls are an easy, impressive dish for parties, and pair well with our Lightly Salted Coconut Chips.


      Banana Split

      Healthy banana split dessert
      Photo by @what.cayt.ate
      We need something sweet after dinner, too. Luckily this healthier take on a banana split satisfies our sweet tooth. Just cut the fruit down the middle and top with yogurt, almond or peanut butter, cinnamon, and Dang Coconut Chips for crunch.


      Ice Cream

      Homemade ice cream recipe

      Photo by @thepeachyprodigy

      Sprinkles may have been your go-to as a kid, but they don’t add much nutrition. Instead, try topping your ice cream or sorbet with our Chocolate Sea Salt Coconut Chips, infused with cocoa powder. You’ll get sweet and salty with each bite!

      5 Things You Didn't Know About Dang Foods

      5 Things You Didn't Know About Dang Foods

      There's a lot more than meets the eye when it comes to Dang Foods. You may be familiar with our healthy snacks and Thai heritage, but what about our office traditions? How about our Founder's secret superpower? Get to know the Dang Gang a bit better through these five fun facts.

      Our Founder, Vincent, is a supertaster. So, what does that mean? Basically, he experiences taste more intensely than other humans. For example, Vincent avoids coffee because it overwhelms his bitter tastebuds. Fun fact: just 25% of humans fall into this category, and we're honored that the maker of our delicious snacks is one of them. Read more about Vincent's experience being a supertaster via his LinkedIn.
      When we're not cooking together, we're probably eating together at Dang HQ. Every day, the Dang Gang dedicates an hour to eating lunch together "family style" to honor our Asian roots. Bonus: we provide our team with free healthy lunches and try to keep it fun by incorporating traditions like going to the farmer's market to get Thai food every other Tuesday ✌️
      We took our entire team to Thailand for 10 days this last year! There, we visited our suppliers and partners, learned to cook Thai dishes, visited coconut farms and night markets, and met the people creating our Dang good snacks!

      Dang is a majority-women and majority-minority company. We believe in providing opportunities to those without historical access to professional advancement and always look to promote from within when possible.
      Dang has a perfect 5-star rating on the employer review website Glassdoor, and we're proud of it! We care about our company culture and strive to provide a positive experience for ALL employees.

        The Top 9 Benefits of Coconuts

        The Top 9 Benefits of Coconuts

        What started as tropical-centric ingredient—think piña coladas, coconut cream pie, you name it—has since become a versatile part of our diets. Beyond the juicy flesh, coconuts can morph into oil, milk (hello, massaman curry!), and even a potassium-rich water that’s perfect post-workout. That kind of flexibility plus a natural, slightly sweet taste is why it’s the centerpiece of so many of our products, from our Dang Bar to our Lightly Salted Coconut Chips.

        The keto- and paleo- friendly food is packed with benefits, so let’s get down to the core of coconuts:

        It’s a whole food

        Potato and tortilla chips may offer crunch but these more processed foods lack many nutrients. Coconut chips are a minimalist alternative that offers a similar satisfying “crrrrrunch” and can be a part of your diet whether you’re keto, vegan, or low-carb.

        It’s full of good fats

        Coconut oil is a vegan source of fat and more than half is made of medium chain fatty acids, including medium-chain triglycerides (MCT), a favorite among keto fans. And unlike long chain fatty acids, which ultimately get processed into fat, MCFAs are burned as energy.

        It’s a natural sweet treat

        If you’ve ever topped your açai bowl or smoothies with unsweetened coconut, you know it imparts a delicate sweetness—no sugar rush here. That’s why we created our Lightly Salted Coconut Chips. The keto-certified, Whole30-approved snack is made of just two ingredients: coconut and sea salt. In fact, our Coconut Chips have up to 90% less sugar than comparable apple chips. We even add coconut milk to nearly every flavor of our Sticky-Rice Chips for a healthy dose of fat, fiber, and that slight sweetness.Dang Unsweetened Lightly Salted Coconut Chips

        It offers a good cholesterol boost

        Coconut oil is particularly good at boosting levels of HDL, known as “good” cholesterol, but be careful on portion size, as it also has LDL cholesterol.

        It’s chock full of potassium

        Much like bananas, potatoes, and cooked spinach, coconut water—the liquid in a young coconut before it matures into the white “meat” we think of—touts a relatively high amount of potassium, which has made it popular as a post-workout drink, especially after strenuous activity. Look for sodium-enriched versions to optimize recovery.

        It promotes dental health

        Have you heard of oil pulling? This centuries-old method with roots in India involves swishing a tablespoon of coconut oil in your mouth for up to 20 minutes. The rinse is said to remove toxins from your mouth, break down plaque, and produce antioxidants. Added bonus? Whiter teeth and fresher breath.

        It can prevent infection

        Studies have shown that coconut oil’s antimicrobial properties, coming mainly from its powerhouse component lauric acid, can prevent an infection from spreading and diets rich in coconut oil curbed gastrointestinal infections. Try stir-frying veggies in coconut oil or sprinkling coconut chips on breakfast bowls.

        It doubles as skincare

        Pricey creams and serums aren’t the only means to glowing skin—coconut oil works as a powerful moisturizer and as well as a smoothing hair mask (be careful to use it on ends only, or it may take a couple shampoo sessions to get the oil fully out). And lauric acid, which coconut oil has in spades, has been proven to be a better acne treatment compared to traditional zit-fix benzoyl peroxide.


        It’s a dairy alternative

        Whether you’re vegan, dairy-intolerant, or just want to consume less animal-based products, coconut milk creamers make for a smooth and rich option that’s 100% plant-based. A handheld frother helps achieve that lush texture you might be used to. We’ll drink to that!

        What is a Sticky-Rice Chip?

        What is a Sticky-Rice Chip?

        Sticky-Rice Chips, also known as Thai Rice Chips — Khao Taen — are a snacking staple in Thailand. Typically made with sticky rice (AKA a soft and sticky short grain variety of rice grown in Southeast Asia), you can find these chips in far-ranging and exotic flavors — Crab Curry, anyone? These rice chips are widely available in Northern Thailand, whether it’s street food stands, supermarkets, or your Ya’s (grandma’s) house traditional khao taen in thailand

        Inspired by Northern Thai street snacks, we decided to create our own Thai Rice Chip in 2017.  We named it “Sticky-Rice Chips” for the special type of Thai rice we use. Some people assume the name implies a sticky-to-the-touch chip, but it’s actually crispy with no goo!

        Offering flavors from Seaweed to Sriracha, we steam sticky rice, soak it in fresh watermelon juice and coconut milk, and toast it for a crispity, crunchity, and oh-so-satisfying finish. In fact, we dare you to try eating just one :)

        Other than delicious, what exactly is a Sticky-Rice Chip? Get the scoop from Dang’s founder, Vincent Kitirattragarn.


        Q: Sticky Rice has been a staple food in Asia for thousands of years. As a Thai American, what is the significance of Sticky Rice for you and your family?

        A: My favorite dishes incorporate sticky rice: Khao Neaw Gai Yang (Roasted Chicken with Sticky Rice) is an all-time favorite, and Khao Neaw Mamuang (Mango with Sticky Rice). We often eat it at large family gatherings with plenty of naam jim, or dipping sauce.


        Q: What're popular Sticky-Rice Chip flavors in Asia? What's the most unique flavor you've tried?

        A:  Tom Yum - a hot and sour Thai soup! I've tried so many different unique flavors, but always go back to the original.

        Q: How did these traditional Asian flavors influence Dang’s version of Thai Rice Chips?

        A: We wanted our Sticky-Rice Chips to honor our heritage through flavors like Sriracha (named for the city of Sriracha, Thailand; famous for its sauce and close to where we make our coconut chips). Coconut is an obvious one that ties us back to what we started with: coconut chips. Seaweed is another nod, being a fantastic healthy snack that's super popular in Thailand and all of Asia.

        Q: You recently took the entire Dang team to Thailand. Hot dang! How did the Thai locals react after trying your modern take on the traditional Thai Rice Chip?

        A: They immediately recognize it as Khao Taen, and typically find it fascinating that we packaged it and sell such a popular Thai street snack all the way in the US.


        Q: What's the star ingredient in your Sticky-Rice Chips?

        A: Fresh Watermelon juice! It's traditionally used as a binder to keep the rice grains together and gives it a touch of sweetness. True to our mission of sharing our culture for a healthier and more flavorful world, we wanted to avoid using corn syrup or bran rice syrup and allow the toasty rice flavor to shine through.

        Adding watermelon juice to Dang Sticky-Rice Chips

        Q: If you were stranded on an island and could only bring one flavor of Sticky-Rice Chips (Original, Coconut, Aged Cheddar, Savory Seaweed, or Sriracha) with you, which flavor would you choose?

        A: Seaweed. Chrissy Teigen happens to love that flavor and I’m with her.