Organic Ghee Butter
Organic ghee butter - what is it?
Ghee is clarified butter and originally comes from ancient India. It’s obtained by clarifying the highest quality, fresh and non-salted butter delivered from cow’s milk. During very slow heating process, the layer of solids and liquid separate from each other. As a result, we get the healthiest and purest fat. It’s definitely healthier than margarine and refined oils, which is way more appreciated in everyday kitchens. Ghee has a more expressive yet more delicate flavor than traditional butter. Deprived of milk-derived solids doesn’t contain lactose and casein. Real and clean fat can be eaten by people intolerant of milk proteins.
Organic ghee butter - worth a try
Ghee perfectly tolerates high temperatures so you won’t burnt it during frying. It adds a unique aroma to every dish. During stewing it helps retains the vitamins contained in the food. It’s also a basic component of the original recipe for bulletproof coffee. Ghee is rich in healthy vitamins and has a soothing effect on the digestive system. It has anti-inflammatory properties, strengthens the busy, supports learning and remembering.
Organic ghee butter - the basis of a healthy kitchen
Clarified ghee butter is one of the healthiest fats, has a distinctive, slightly nutty aftertaste and amber color. It can be a great addition to groats, pasta, meat, fish, soups and vegetables. It’s suitable for spreading, as well as frying and baking. Properly clarified butter, which is available in our offer, can become basic element of the daily diet, providing the body with valuable ingredients and nutritions.
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All about Organic Ghee Butter
|Manufacturer:||Michał Pelc ANAGRAM, Wiarusa 3/3, 32-087 Zielonki, Poland|
100% Organic milk fat
|Country of origin:||
240g / 500g
Organic farming: PL-EKO-03
|Best before:||All products come from regular supplies.|
Organic Ghee Butter Nutrition Fact
|Nutritional value per 100g:|
|of which saturated||60 g|
|of which sugars||0 g|