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Grass-Fed Organic Ghee

An organic certified clarified butter made from local UK Grass Fed Dairy. Low Lactose & Casein and packed with Vitamin A, D, E, K & Omega 3

Where should I store my grass fed organic ghee?

Our rich and delicious Ghee is made in the UK from West Country Organic and Grass Fed Dairy. With no impurities or toxins, it's the perfect alternative to butter, cooking oils or even as a milk replacer in your fatty coffee. ☕️ Once opened you do not

Where is the ghee made?

Our Organic, Grass Fed Ghee is made locally in the UK from Organic British Dairy Butter. The cattle are grass fed and the farms are Organic Certified.

Is the ghee Organic Certified?

Yes, we are so proud that as a business we are now Organic Certified and our Ghee is Organic Certified too. This means that the full supply chain meets the Organic standards. The ghee is made from grass fed British Cattle Dairy Butter, which comes

Is your ghee lab tested?

Yes, the ghee is lab tested periodically to ensure Organic Standards are met. The ghee comes from dairy from Organic Farms only.

Can I have ghee if I am Casein free?

When making ghee, the Organic butter is melted and the milk solids sink to the bottom (along with any impurities) and removed, meaning that ghee is low/free from casein protein. Some people are able to tolerate ghee due to this if they follow a

Is ghee part of Ayurveda medicine?

Ayurvedic medicine is one of the world's oldest medical systems and remains one of India's traditional healthcare systems. Ghee is known as one of the most healing substances in Ayurveda and is used in cooking, wound healing, skin care and more. It's

What are the benefits of using ghee?

Ghee is clarified butter, which has had the milk solids (lactose & casein) and impurities removed. Ghee is packed with medium and short chain fatty acids, Omega 3 and Butyrates as well as vitamins A, D, E and K. It's prized within Ayurvedic medicine

How should I use ghee?

Ghee is really versatile and can be used for the following: Cooking, baking, roasting and frying (has a smoke point of 250C). Adding to fat (Bullet) coffee - we recommend adding up to 15g per cup and whisking with a milk frother. Moisturising skin -

Can I add ghee to all hot drinks?

Yes, ghee is amazing in tea, coffee, matcha and hot chocolate - the list is endless. We recommend adding up to 15g per cup and whisking in well for a creamy buttery flavour. A great milk replacement that is low in sugar and lactose.

What does ghee taste like?

A good quality ghee should be Organic, from British Grass Fed Cattle with no additional ingredients or preservatives. A high quality ghee should be golden yellow in colour and have a coarse grainy type consistency. The flavour should be creamy, rich

What is the smoke point of ghee?

Ghee has a smoke point of 250C and is suitable for cooking, frying and baking.

Can I add ghee to my coffee?

Yes, this is the perfect way to enjoy ghee. Add up to 15g into your coffee and give it a whisk ( a milk frother works well), for a creamy fat coffee which is Keto, Paleo and low carb friendly. Why not also try adding some MCT oil for an added brain

Can I have ghee if I am Lactose free?

When making ghee, the Organic butter is melted and the milk solids sink to the bottom (along with any impurities) which are removed, meaning that ghee is low/free from lactose. This also means that ghee is much lower in carbohydrate (sugars) from the

What do I do if my ghee has melted?

👋 Find out from Jeff ( one of our Co-Founders) what to do if your ghee has melted! Click  ➡️ here.

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