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Happy Butter Organic Grassfed Ghee 300g

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Happy Butter Organic Grassfed Ghee 300g

Happy Butter GheeHappy Butter Organic Grassfed Ghee

What is Ghee?


Ghee is a clarified butter. It is cooked slowly, over many hours, which removes the milk solids and water leaving only the pure butter oil. The cooking process leaves the Ghee lactose free and increases its smoke point, making it a great fat to cook with. Even at high temperatures, Ghee remains stable and does not burn. Ghee is best known in Indian culture as a cooking ingredient. It is also used in Ayurvedic medicine and is thought to promote appetite and to assist with gut and bowel function. It has been around for thousands of years and indeed there are pots of Ghee in Hindu temples that are thought to be close to 900 years old.

Why use Ghee?


Happy Butter GheesGhee, which is primarily made up of saturated fat can be used in everyday cooking. The inclusion of saturated fat in our diet is a contentious issue. Saturated fat has been demonised since the 1970's. Government guidelines advising us to eat a low-fat diet to prevent heart disease are now hotly debated.

  • There are many studies that do not find any significant links between a high fat diet and heart disease. 1235
  • Although recent research shows that there are positive health benefits to be had by replacing some saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat, when cooking, saturated fat is much more stable and less likely to oxidate and therefore healthier than the polyunsaturated vegetable, seed and nut oils. 413
  • Saturated fat is known to be a vital part of a healthy diet as it is necessary in many processes that go on in the body. 6
  • Ghee is also a source of Butyrate, a very beneficial short chain fatty acid. 7
  • Ghee contains the essential fatty acids Omega 3, 6 and 9. 7
  • Ghee contains vitamins A, E and K. 7
  • Ghee can be used in frying, baking and as an ingredient in its own right.

So, if you are cooking, use Ghee as it is stable and healthy as part of a varied diet.

Why our Ghee?


Happy Butter Organic Ghee is made from organic West Country Butter, it is Soil Association approved and carefully made in small batches. It has a delicious nutty almost caramel taste that brings out great flavour in your cooking. Our Ghee has no imported ingredients, making it a true British product. We are a small family business based in South Devon who are committed to exceptional quality.



  1. Lawrence GD, Dietary fats and health: Dietary recommendations in the context of scientific evidence. Adv Nutr 2013,4:294- 302,23674795
  2. Micheal O'Rhiodan, No evidence to support dietary fat recommendations, meta Analysis finds, Medscape. Feb 12 2015
  3. Steve Stiles. Dietary saturated fat has undeserved bad reputation, says review, Medscape May 2013
  4. Fred A Kummerow, Interaction between sphingomyelin and oxysterols contributes to Atherosclerosis and sudden death, Am J Cardiovascular dis 2013;3{1):17- 26
  5. Tricia Ward, Saturated fat and CAD: Its complicated, Feb 9 2015, Medscape.
  6. Facts on fats - dietary fats and health, EUFIC review, the European food information council
  7. Taking a closer look at saturated fat EUFIC

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Happy Butter Organic Grassfed Ghee 300g

Unit: 300 g
SKU: 40030

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Availability: In stock

£8.95

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Happy Butter Organic Grassfed GheeHappy Butter Organic Grassfed Ghee

A delicious clarified butter that’s great for cooking


Ghee is a clarified butter. It is cooked slowly, over many hours, which removes the milk solids and water leaving only the pure butter oil. The cooking process leaves the Ghee lactose free and increases the smoke point, making it a great fat to cook with. Even at high temperatures, Ghee remains stable and does not burn.

From the past comes the cooking oil of the future


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Contents

300g Glass Jar.

Happy Butter Organic Grassfed Ghee 300g

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Details

40030

Ingredients:


  • Organic Ghee (clarified Butter)

Tips:


Ideal for cooking, you can simply stir ghee into rice and vegetables, use when roasting or use as a tasty alternative to butter. Please refrigerate after opening. As a natural product some colour variation may occur.

Allergy advice: Contains:


Milk fat.

Nutritional Info: /100g
Energy Kcal
893
Energy Kj
3673
Protien
0.1g
Carbohydrates
0.5g
of which is sugars
0.2g
Fats ( total )
99.0g
Saturates
65.5g
Mono-saturates
30.4g
Polyunsaturates
3.1g
Salt
0.005g

Additional Information

Quantity 300 g
Ean code 0700461254829
Benefits

Happy Butter GheeHappy Butter Organic Grassfed Ghee

What is Ghee?


Ghee is a clarified butter. It is cooked slowly, over many hours, which removes the milk solids and water leaving only the pure butter oil. The cooking process leaves the Ghee lactose free and increases its smoke point, making it a great fat to cook with. Even at high temperatures, Ghee remains stable and does not burn. Ghee is best known in Indian culture as a cooking ingredient. It is also used in Ayurvedic medicine and is thought to promote appetite and to assist with gut and bowel function. It has been around for thousands of years and indeed there are pots of Ghee in Hindu temples that are thought to be close to 900 years old.

Why use Ghee?


Happy Butter GheesGhee, which is primarily made up of saturated fat can be used in everyday cooking. The inclusion of saturated fat in our diet is a contentious issue. Saturated fat has been demonised since the 1970's. Government guidelines advising us to eat a low-fat diet to prevent heart disease are now hotly debated.

  • There are many studies that do not find any significant links between a high fat diet and heart disease. 1235
  • Although recent research shows that there are positive health benefits to be had by replacing some saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat, when cooking, saturated fat is much more stable and less likely to oxidate and therefore healthier than the polyunsaturated vegetable, seed and nut oils. 413
  • Saturated fat is known to be a vital part of a healthy diet as it is necessary in many processes that go on in the body. 6
  • Ghee is also a source of Butyrate, a very beneficial short chain fatty acid. 7
  • Ghee contains the essential fatty acids Omega 3, 6 and 9. 7
  • Ghee contains vitamins A, E and K. 7
  • Ghee can be used in frying, baking and as an ingredient in its own right.

So, if you are cooking, use Ghee as it is stable and healthy as part of a varied diet.

Why our Ghee?


Happy Butter Organic Ghee is made from organic West Country Butter, it is Soil Association approved and carefully made in small batches. It has a delicious nutty almost caramel taste that brings out great flavour in your cooking. Our Ghee has no imported ingredients, making it a true British product. We are a small family business based in South Devon who are committed to exceptional quality.



  1. Lawrence GD, Dietary fats and health: Dietary recommendations in the context of scientific evidence. Adv Nutr 2013,4:294- 302,23674795
  2. Micheal O'Rhiodan, No evidence to support dietary fat recommendations, meta Analysis finds, Medscape. Feb 12 2015
  3. Steve Stiles. Dietary saturated fat has undeserved bad reputation, says review, Medscape May 2013
  4. Fred A Kummerow, Interaction between sphingomyelin and oxysterols contributes to Atherosclerosis and sudden death, Am J Cardiovascular dis 2013;3{1):17- 26
  5. Tricia Ward, Saturated fat and CAD: Its complicated, Feb 9 2015, Medscape.
  6. Facts on fats - dietary fats and health, EUFIC review, the European food information council
  7. Taking a closer look at saturated fat EUFIC
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