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Ghee is the delicate process of clarifying butter slowly using heat to remove moisture, milk solids, lactose, casein and milk solids and all impurities. The absence of milk solids and water in make Ghee shelf stable and easily digested. Ghee is a clear golden liquid with a caramelized and nutty taste and many nutritional health benefits. With a flashpoint of 485Ί F Ghee can easily be used as a substitute for olive oil, butter, or vegetable oil.
What are the Nutritional Health Benefits of Ghee?
- Ghee comprises a full spectrum of short-medium- and long-chain fatty acids, both unsaturated and saturated.
- Ghee contains Omega 3 and Omega 9 essential fatty acids along with vitamins A, D, E and K
- Ghee is one of the highest natural sources of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid).
- Ghee is known as a digestive aid
- Promotes energy and vitality
- Promotes skin and eye health and supports alkalizing blood.
Ancient Organics Ghee
Ancient Organics Ghee is unlike any other you will find on the market today. The company takes great care and consideration in ingredient selection and preparation method. Benefits of Ancient Organics Ghee include:
- Small, monthly batch production over an open flame
- Butter churned with two 1950s batch churns which is rare in the butter production industry.
- Produced in a peaceful and mantra-infused kitchen.
- Uses dairy sourced from the grass fed, sustainably farmed and pastured cows of the region.
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp
Suggested Use: Ghee has one of the highest flash points (485 degrees Fahrenheit) of any cooking oil and is recommend using it in place of any oils you are currently using for pan frying.
Storage Instructions: One of the great qualities of ghee is its inherent shelf stability. The two things that will comprise this stability are moisture and sunlight. When you use your ghee, use a clean, dry utensil to obtain your desired serving. Replace the lid as soon as possible. Be careful no to let any moisture get into the jar. Sunlight will cause ghee to oxidize and lose its nourishing properties.
It is recommend keeping unopened jars in a cool, dark, and temperature stable place. Opened jars can be kept in a cabinet, away from light, for up to 3 months. After 3 months, store in the refrigerator for up to a year thereafter.
If your ghee does not smell sweet, then it has gone bad.
Consistency Information: In general, the consistency of ghee depends on the ambient temperature in which it is stored. When kept in a kitchen cabinet, it will usually remain soft. When kept in a refrigerator, it will become hard. It is perfectly normal for ghee to be liquid, solid or a combination of consistencies. All of these factors depend on the rate of cooling and the temperature outside the jar.
Ghee Does Not Contain: Lactose, whey, casein, gluten, salt, trans fatty acids, GMO, or bovine hormones.