Coconut oil has a distinct flavour, it tastes very coconut-y. Also, it doesn't suit all types of food. Ghee has a higher smoke point than coconut oil and has an uber creamy and nutty flavour.
Ghee is beyond clarified butter. Clarified butter is made simply by heating butter and removing the milk solids from the top. Ghee on the other hand, is cooked until all the moisture is boiled off, and all the milk solids (lactose and casein) have settled to the bottom, giving it a caramelised nutty flavour. The milk solids are then filtered out leaving this golden goodness.
Super Ghee is grass-fed & organic and made in small batches in the UK. It is important to us that the cows are humanly treated and have access to grass throughout the year. As a result, the milk produced is naturally rich in vitamins A, E & K and has higher levels of CLA which then is transferred into our Ghee, making it Super.
We also offer a variety of flavours to please different palettes and cooking styles.
WHY SHOULD I SWITCH TO GHEE?
Ghee is much better for you than butter. It is lactose & dairy free. Additionally, it’s a natural source of butyric acid (this is what helps your body to absorb nutrients). With a high smoking point of 250℃, it’s much better to cook with than butter and most cooking oils because it locks in all of your food’s goodness whereas when heated very highly, other cooking oils and butter destroy important nutrients.
Apart from all the healthy benefits, the taste is really delicious, incredibly creamy and full of flavour.
If you have a dairy intolerance, it means it's an intolerance to casein (milk protein) and lactose (the whey). Ghee contains neither. If you suffer with lactose intolerance, you can still enjoy something rich and creamy without feeling like you’re missing out. But, if someone is extremely allergic, do not force them to try it.
HOW MUCH SHOULD I USE?
Our single serving size is one tablespoon (15g).