I would bet there are as many versions of this Vietnamese Icon as there are Cooks! This Keto Banh Mi is my humble version.This sandwich was a real revelation to me. I have had Banh mi before and have always been underwhelmed. But after doing some research, I decided to jump in with both feet. The day before I made the sandwiches, I roasted a pork loin. Traditionally a shoulder is used, but even John can’t eat that much in one sitting. So I downsized and went with a small tenderloin. Then I went all out and made my own country pate. It was not hard, I swear!! And very worth it! Really, really delicious. Great on a charcuterie plate! I’ll put the recipe below if you are feeling adventurous. One suggestion, Make the pate, pork loin, and pickled veggies the day before and let them cool in the fridge overnight. Slice the meats nice and thin and the assembly is stress-free.