I had never heard of the word ghee until a couple of months ago. Basically, it’s clarified butter.
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Okay, so there is a little more to it than that. This is the story of the path from cow to ghee. Or whichever animal you choose to milk. Ghee originally came from India and is made from buffalo milk. Here in America, we consume mostly cow or goat milk, so cow milk it is.
Trying to answer one question leads to five more questions, all the way back to what is “Raw” milk and what else can you do with it? That lead me to make this beautifully, informative “Dairy Tree”. I wanted to call this a “butter tree” so badly because growing up, that’s what my dad called cows, but that is only a fraction of what this is about. By the way, Raw refers to any food that is unprocessed, uncooked or cooked at a low temp.
So, from milk to cream to butter to ghee.
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