I typically avoid most dairy products at all cost. However, there are two staples that are consistently stocked in our household: Raw milk and Ghee. Ironically, I’ve never had an allergic reaction to raw milk or ghee.
What is Ghee? Is it butter? Is it an oil? What in the world is Ghee exactly?
Well, here is your answer: Ghee is clarified butter and is a healthy saturated fat. It is made from Grade AA Sweet Creamery Certified Organic butter raised by grass fed pasture grazing cows. Ghee is cooked via a traditional Aryuvedic Indian method . The butter is cooked until all of the impurities, water and milk solids are removed. The result is ‘traditional’ Ghee – a rich, golden, semi-soft spread used best in cooking, baking and or sauté. The smell of Ghee is a sweet, creamy, luscious goodness consistency. It literally smells too sinful to consume! The health benefits of Ghee are exponential for everyone. The Omega 3 and Omega 9 essential fatty acids and Vitamins A,D, E and K are beneficial for digestion, skin, hair and eyes. It is a truly healing food and tastes delicious in everything you use with it. It does not breakdown when cooking in high heat and has no need to be refrigerated.
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