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Organic Golden Ghee - Infused with Fresh Turmeric - 300g

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Small batch Organic Ghee made by The Happy Butter Company in glorious Devon. They source only the best Organic ingredients and hand churn their Ghee to the highest standards.

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Happy Butter is a small Devon based artisan company making soil association certified organic ghee from UK organic butter.

This ghee is made in a traditional way, in small batches to ensure quality and taste.

The Happy Butter company started making the ghee at home for themselves to use for their own cooking for health reasons. Rupert was searching for food that could improve Kate's Thyroid health and had read that using vegetable, nut and seed oils in high temperature cooking could become harmful to health and started making ghee to replace them with. They now make that same homemade quality ghee on a slightly larger scale.

This quality and taste has been appreciated by the judges at Great Taste Awards, who awarded them two stars for their Organic Ghee in 2017 and 2 stars for their Organic Golden Turmeric Ghee in 2018. In 2017 they were successful in the Taste of the West awards where they won "Champion of Dairy" in 2017 for their Golden Turmeric Ghee as well as Gold for both products. Happy Butter have won Gold again in 2018 for both their Ghee and Golden Turmeric Ghee.

How to Use Ghee

Ghee is used primarily as a cooking fat and can be used in all kinds og your favourite recipes, including being used to replace nut and seed oils for high temperature cooking and in many other ways such as in Bulletproof Coffee or as a fat in energy balls.

It's unique taste and natural sweetness allows it to be used in all forms of cooking and baking.

It is suggested to start with Frying and egg. With Ghee you can get a lovely crispy fried egg without having burned fat that can release Aldehyde's in to your food and also the surrounding air.

Many nut and seed oils are ruined when heated over 148c, whereas Ghee can be used up to 250c.

During the cooking and filtering stages of the Ghee production, the majority of the Lactose and Casein is removed.

For those who have a hyper sensitivity to Dairy, they may wish to introduce ghee slowly and discuss doing this with their GP prior to use.

Many customers who are intolerant to Lactose and Casein sucessfully enjoy Ghee without problems.