Fushi Organic Ghee - Grass Fed


Variant: 230g
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Description

Award winning Fushi Organic Ghee (clarified butter) is made in small batches, with pure, high quality artisan butter and cream produced fresh daily, from free range “grass fed cows”. Placed at the top of the oily foods list, Ghee is considered to be an essential part of a balanced diet. According to tradition it not only benefits the internal health of the body but also softens, strengthens and nourishes the skin, as well as maintaining good digestion, and having properties anti inflammatory and rich in antioxidants.

Ghee benefits from containing a combination of both saturated and unsaturated fats and includes short-chained fats making it easy to digest. It is incredibly rich in butyric acid, a short-chain fatty acid that is beneficial in helping to maintain the health of the cells that line the gastrointestinal tract. Ghee is also rich in antioxidants, contains conjugated linoleic acid and is also a great source of fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K.

Features

  • Ayurvedic wisdom has hailed ghee as the ultimate cooking oil
  • There are no added flavourings, preservative or colourings
  • Organic certified but the Soil Association
  • Rich in fat-soluble vitamins A, D and K2
  • Ghee is incredibly good for the gut

Ingredients

100% Organic clarified butter and cream (Milk)

Allergens

Caution: Organic grass fed butter is derived from Milk.

Storage

Refrigeration of ghee is optional. Organic Ghee is composed almost entirely of fat, with water and milk solids removed, therefore it doesn’t require any refrigeration. It can be stored at room temperature in a cool, dark place away from direct heat and light. However, in warmer temperatures pure ghee can melt and become liquid, you can refrigerate it to keep it in a solid state. It is completely natural for ghee to have a grainy texture. Ghee is melted over a low temperature before hand pouring it into jars, which then are placed in the fridge to solidify. This sudden change of temperatures creates a grainy texture.

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