A2 PURE COW GHEE BILONA
PURE FREE GRAZING COW GHEE FROM HIMALAYAN REGION, MADE USING TRADITIONAL BILONA METHOD WHICH ENHANCES THE HEALTH PROPERTIES OF GHEE.
What Makes Organic Kashmir Ghee So Good
When it comes to ghee, the source matters. We work with small family-run dairies, all located in the Higher Himalayan Range of Kashmir. Our grass-fed butter is organic and comes from cows that are pasture raised in pollution free environment of Kashmir. Our ghee is made using a proprietary low-temperature process that keeps the nutrients intact while removing almost all dairy components. We take an artisan approach, making small batches to ensure quality and consistency. The result is 100% Natural Ghee, a world-class product that is healthier for you as well as the planet.
What is Ghee, Anyway?
Ghee is clarified butter. It is created by heating butter to separate out the milk solids, leaving behind a pure, healthy fat that can be tolerated by most people with sensitivities to dairy. Ghee was discovered thousands of years ago in India and is commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cooking. More recently, it has caught the attention of many fitness and health enthusiasts in the USA and Europe.
Why We Use Grass-Fed Butter
Grass-fed butter has a robust nutritional profile that is superior to that of butter that is conventionally produced. It is higher in a variety of nutrients including medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), vitamins A, D, E, and K, Omega 3 and 9 (essential fatty acids), butyric acid, phenolic antioxidants, and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).
No Refrigeration Required
Since ghee does not contain sugars or protein, it does not need to be refrigerated. It should be stored in a cool, dry place and may be refrigerated during warmer weather to keep it firm.
How to Use Our Ghee
Ghee can be used as a substitute for butter, shortening, lard, coconut oil, or any vegetable oil in your favorite recipes. It's great on popcorn, mashed potatoes, vegetables, stir fries, rice, and other grains. It is ideal for frying because it has a high smoke point (281°C/485°F), which means it won't burn as quickly in a hot pan. It is also popular in bulletproof coffee. Ghee is a good option for many people with digestive issues or sensitivities to dairy since it contains only trace amounts of lactose and casein. It can be helpful for diabetics or others who need to carefully manage carbs and insulin levels. Some elite athletes are starting to use ghee because fat is a more consistent source of energy than carbohydrates.