Benefits of Ghee: 10 Reasons to Use it Every Day
Move over, coconut oil Don't get me wrong, I love my coconut oil. All those healthful medium chain triglycerides for the win, right? But a few months ago, my jar of ghee began to usurp the prized position coconut oil had in my kitchen. I now use ghee as my primary cooking fat. Where I would previously use coconut oil or olive oil for sautéing and baking, I now use ghee. I made the switch primarily due to flavor, but then noticed a welcomed and unexpected shift in a few of my lingering…
Instant Pot Ghee
A detailed step-by-step recipe for homemade Instant Pot Ghee, made with grass-fed unsalted butter. Quick & easy to make aromatic ghee you will love!
Ghee: The Next Superfood
Ghee, also known as “clarified butter”, has been used for thousands of years and is most commonly used as a staple in Indian cooking and medicine. According to an ancient Ayurvedic text…
Learn How to Make Ghee at Home and Save Money | Mother Of Health
When you know how to make ghee at home you'll save money, and benefit from one of the best rejuvenating and longevity-promoting foods.
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How to Make Ghee in Your Slow Cooker
Do you love ghee, but not the big price tag? Learn how to make ghee in your slow cooker in minutes - for about half of what you pay at the store.
How to Make Ghee | SimplyRecipes.com
Ghee has a lovely nutty flavor, lasts for up to a year, and has a high smoke point. It can also often be enjoyed by people who are lactose intolerant.