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Are ghee and clarified butter the same?

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Ghee is a kind of clarified butter but the two have one major difference. The taste! Since Ghee has a higher smoke point, you can cook your dishes at high flame for a longer period of time, and this extra cooking time gives ghee a nutty flavour.

Are ghee and butter the same?

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Super Ghee is made with the butter that comes from pasture-raised cows that roam UK's West Country without any restriction. These cows are mostly fed a grass diet, giving them complete nutrition. Ghee is lactose-free and also great for people following Keto, Paleo and Whole-30 diets!

Are ghee and brown butter the same?

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Brown butter is made when the butter is heated till it turns slightly golden brown in colour giving it a more subtle sweet flavour.

Alternatively, Ghee is made after the milk solids are removed from butter which makes it a healthier option for people who are lactose intolerant.

Are ghee and oil same?

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Most of the refined oils have low smoke points which means you cannot cook food at high temperatures for a long time. Ghee, on the other hand, has a high smoke point and is also rich in vitamins A, E, D, and K. It is also anti-inflammatory and contains CLA which helps in fat loss and muscle gain.

Are ghee high in fat?

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Ghee is a rich source of good fats. While fat should be consumed in moderation, it also contains CLA which aids your body in muscle gain and weight loss. Cooking foods and vegetables with ghee may help you absorb more nutrients that are already present in it like Vitamins A, D, E and K.

Are ghee okay for babies?

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Ghee is a rich source of vitamins A, D, E and K which promote stronger bones and aid the immune system. It also contains Omega 3 as well and is an excellent source of energy!<br>

That said, do consult your Doctor for individual nutritional requirements.

Are you organic?

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We only use the best Organic & Grass-fed butter from the UK's West Country. Not only that, our other flavoured varieties consists of only organic ingredients.

We searched long and hard for only the best butter to use in our Ghee.

Can ghee go bad?

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Super Ghee is shelf steady and does not need refrigeration. As long as you keep dirty (used) spoons, keep the jar clean and close the lid tightly, it can stay on your shelf and you can enjoy a little every day.

Can ghee be used instead of butter?

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Absolutely! Ghee is the healthier
alternative to butter and you can replace the latter in 1:1 ratio. Moreover, since Ghee is lactose-free, you can enjoy the rich, creamy taste even if you are lactose-intolerant!

Can ghee be frozen?

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Yes, you can keep it in the refrigerator to enjoy the cold, creamy taste but Super Ghee is shelf steady. You do not need to keep it in refrigeration for storage. Keep the jar clean and don't use dirty or used spoons, and you can enjoy the taste every day!

Can ghee cause diarrhea?

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Excess of any food can cause stomach problems. Though Ghee has Butyric Acid, a short-chain fatty acid that is used to create energy but also to support the intestinal wall, it is always advised to eat in moderation. Consult your doctor for individual nutritional requirements.

Can ghee cause constipation?

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Ghee is said to be the best natural
laxative. It is rich in butyric acid, a short-chain fatty acid that supports
the intestinal wall. Ghee is also anti-inflammatory, another benefit for a
healthy digestive system which reduces your risk of constipation.

Can ghee butter go bad?

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Ghee is extremely shelf steady and retains quality at least until the best-by date on the label, which is usually a year to two years from manufacture. Once opened, if you keep the jar clean and don't use dirty spoons, then it can last up to 6 months!

Can ghee be used for deep frying?

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Ghee has a high smoke point of approx 250°C. It is much higher than compared to butter's 150°C approximately. Thus you can use Ghee for frying. Moreover, since Ghee is rich in vitamins A, D, E and K, you get to absorb nutrients when you use it to cook all your food!

Can ghee in milk induce labor?

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A balanced diet is definitely critical to providing good nutrition to your baby. Ghee contains many vitamins and nutrients that will help you maintain a healthy balance. That said, we advise consulting your doctor for individual nutritional requirements.

How ghee helps in weight loss?

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Ghee contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), which is excellent in aiding the body with fat loss and muscle gain. Hence why it is the perfect fit for Keto diets as it contains both good fat and is rich in butyric acid, which is used to create energy along with supporting the intestinal wall.

Ghee where to buy ?

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We make small batches of Super Ghee with the butter which comes from pasture-raised cows that roam UK’s very best West Country hills without restriction. With additional natural flavours, get the best of both worlds of taste and health benefits with us!

Ghee where to buy uk?

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Ghee is a superfood and rightfully so because of many reasons. From the rich vitamins to good fat, it has a huge number of health benefits. Super Ghee is also organic and grass-fed which means it is made from the butter that comes from pasture-raised cows that are fed mostly a grass diet.

What do you mean by "GRASS-FED"?

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"Grass-fed" means that the butter comes from pasture-raised cows that roam the hills without restriction. These cows are fed mostly a grass diet, and in winters they are given organic grass silage (conserved grass). This is important because the grass provides the cows with complete nutrition. 

Is ghee is better than coconut oil?

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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.

How can i use it?

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All our Ghee's are versatile and can be used as a spread and in all types of cooking, baking, searing etc.

Here are few examples our favourite combinations:

Original - coffee, toast, waffles, pancakes, vegetables etc...

Turmeric - golden milk, vegetables, chicken, eggs, turmeric latte etc...

Himalayan Pink Salt - grilled cheese sandwich, corn, fish, chicken etc...

CBD - coffee, oatmeal, pancakes, sweet potatoes, cookies etc...

Roasted Garlic - grilled cheese, pasta, vegetables, steak, naan, curries etc...

Is ghee is better than olive oil?

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Olive oil can be easily overheated when used for cooking which can then form various harmful compounds. Ghee has a higher smoke point so is better to cook with. Also, it's delicious!

Is ghee the same as certified butter?

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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.

How long does ghee last?

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It's shelf-stable and if you keep the jar clean (don’t use dirty spoons) it should last between 3 and 6 months. If it's kept sealed and refrigerated it will keep for up to a year making it far more cost-effective than throwing out old butter left in the fridge for too long.

We recommend storing in cool, dark, & dry place in the kitchen- like a pantry or shelf.

How are you better than other brands?

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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?

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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.

I'm dairy intolerant. can i eat ghee?

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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?

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Our single serving size is one tablespoon (15g).

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