"Ghee" comes from the Sanskrit word meaning "sprinkled," and it basically means that the milk fat is rendered from the butter to separate the milk solids and water. It’s made by melting butter and skimming the fat off of the top. You’ll be left with a yellow liquid when it’s hot and a creamy looking solid one when the ghee cools down.
Mooberry Farms butters are made using only cream and salt. Their Grass-Fed Ghee Butter is free of any preservatives, stabilizers or any additives. Ghee is a type of clarified butter with lesser content of casein and lactose. It also has higher burning point than regular butter and is often used for frying.
- NO stabilisers
- NO preservatives
- NO flavourings
- NO colourants added