Where to Buy Ghee & Why Super Ghee is Right For You?
Not only is Super Ghee incredibly rich, creamy and totally delicious, but it’s also spreadable and versatile. You can use it as a spread, with food or cook with Super Ghee and get tremendous results. It is healthier than regular butter and such an easy lifestyle change; you’ll hardly notice the shift, except that your food will suddenly taste even better than before. There are no ends to its uses, so buy ghee now. Try it in morning coffee, on toast, waffles – for almost every type of cooking too! Fry with it, sear your fish with it, boil your pasta with it, bake your scrumptious cakes with it...swap it out for butter, margarine or oil and see the difference it makes.
THE BENEFITS OF SUPER GHEE
The benefits are huge and the list is very long, we could talk about how good it is for you for hours but we know you’re busy, so here’s what you should know:
- It is an excellent source of vitamins A, E and K. These anti-oxidant vitamins promote stronger bones and can even aid your immune system.
- As mentioned, it’s lactose and casein-free so if you suffer from lactose intolerance, you can still enjoy something rich and creamy without feeling like you’re missing out.
- Rich in medium-chain fatty acids, it is an excellent source of energy.
- Great for keeping the body and skin hydrated.
- Supports a healthy digestive tract because Ghee is rich in butyric acid, a short-chain fatty acid that is used to create energy but also to support the intestinal wall.
- Ghee is also anti-inflammatory, another benefit for a healthy digestive system.
- Contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA), excellent in aiding the body with fat loss and muscle gain.
- Ghee is Ayurvedic, Vegetarian, Keto, Paleo and Whole30 Friendly.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GHEE AND REGULAR BUTTER
As you now know, you can use Super Ghee in the same manner as you use butter. Here are the difference between ghee and normal butter:
- Ghee has a higher smoke point than butter so is better for cooking.
- Ghee is more concentrated and has healthier short-chain saturated fats.
- Unlike butter, Ghee is lactose and casein-free because milk solids are strained away during Ghee production.
- Ghee is Paleo-Friendly and Whole30-Friendly as it has no milk solids.
- Ghee is shelf-stable (as long as you keep the jar clean and away from dirty spoons) and does not need refrigeration.