For centuries, ghee has been a mainstay in Indian, South Asian, and Arabic cuisines, but more recently it has found cult status in European and American cultures, too. Made from clarified butter, the spread is so pure that some have used it for medicinal purposes and in religious rituals. While the spiritual characteristics may still need to be explored, ghee does have plenty of straightforward health benefits, beauty applications, and cooking attributes to earn it a place in your cupboard.
How ghee is made
Purity Farms follows the age-old Indian practice to make their ghee. It begins with simmering organic butter until the water separates from the butterfat. Then, the butterfat is strained to remove any residual solids. The finished product is a delicious, silky, golden spread that tastes great on a number of foods and is packed with a wealth of wholesome attributes, including: