Himalayan Cultured Ghee
This pure ghee is like a dairy elixir and is liquid sunshine for your food, with a variety of benefits to offer. It is a source of Vitamins and contains antioxidants with other organic compounds. It gives your food that rich buttery taste and enhanced aroma. Besides taste enhancement, ghee in the cooking offers a wide range of benefits.
- Cultured Ghee has been used in Indian Cuisine for thousands of years and is also used as medicinal herb in Ayurveda.
- Cultured Ghee is prepared by first separating the cream from the milk and then fermenting that cream into yogurt. The yogurt is then churned into butter. Then the butter is melted and simmered until all the water evaporates and the milk solids settle at the bottom.
- It’s packed with fat-soluble vitamins which help boost your intake of vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin K.
- Improves digestion & inflammation because it’s high in butyrate, which is key to promoting a healthy gut microbiome. Also essential for detoxing and elimination of other fats & toxins.
- The benefits of cultured ghee apply for the lactose intolerants. The ghee contains lactic acid instead of lactose and that makes it free from the risk of food sensitivity.
- The lactic acid in cultured butter helps in faster digestion.
- It is a high aroma product.
- Adding cultured ghee in cooked food helps in taste enhancement of the dish.
- Ghee also increases the creamy texture of the cooked food.
- Cultured ghee in the diet is an excellent addition for your healthy colon management that generally results in regular bowel movement.
- Helps in flushing out toxins from the body and that also partially helps in healthy weight management.
- Ghee in the diet is helpful for brain nourishment, boosted concentration level, and it also works as a natural preventive remedy for memory retention.
- Cultured ghee is rich in lactic acid, and that aids digestion
- It contains fats, antioxidants, and skin-friendly vitamins like A, D, E, etc. and that reflects on the skin and hair of ghee users. Ghee is naturally hydrating in nature and that ghee in the diet helps maintain a baby-soft skin.
- Ghee holds lots of nutrients and offers a nutritional boost.
- Toughens bone health
Tips for use
- Use ghee is for high-heat cooking methods like stir-frying, sautéing or roasting.
- Melt over steamed roasted vegetables
- Spread on baked goods
- Use in gluten free baking
- Add flavour and creaminess to your mashed potatoes with ghee.
- You can make butter chicken without butter or cream! Ghee and coconut milk will do the trick quite nicely.
- As ghee is rich in nutrients that nourish the skin and hair, it’s especially useful in natural beauty care recipes you make at home.
- Use as a natural lip balm
- Drizzle some ghee over your rice or pulao for some great aroma and flavour.