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    Primal Toad, you can also get the Ghee at the exact same price on iHerb.com: Purity Farms, Organic Ghee Clarified Butter, 13 oz (368 g) - iHerb.com

    Use coupon NIV880 for 5 bucks off if it's your first order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPA View Post
    Primal Toad, you can also get the Ghee at the exact same price on iHerb.com: Purity Farms, Organic Ghee Clarified Butter, 13 oz (368 g) - iHerb.com

    Use coupon NIV880 for 5 bucks off if it's your first order.
    Thanks! I totally forgot about iHerb. So I get 5 bucks off even if I just buy the ghee for $8?
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    I use Purity Farms Ghee. I think it's pretty good. 1 jar lasts me several months at a time.
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    I just bought this ghee today. Did you ever figure out if it is 100% grass fed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZocBarefoot View Post
    No, that's just melted butter. Ghee is different - all the solids skimmed off.
    I think "clarified" does mean that it has been boiled and skimmed :-)

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    I use to buy this... None I make my own w/ Kerry gold unsalaried butter @$2.79/ half lb. 1lb of butter will fit in the parity farms large jar.

    To make ghee place butter in pot, over. Burner set on low, let butter melt, and slowly bubble, the solids will both bubble to the top, and fall to the bottom of the pan... As the butter turns to ghee it will begin to turn a golden brown color. On my stove this takes about 45min to 1 hr. when it's done, I put a fine mesh strainer over a 2cup measuring cup, line it w/4layers of cheese cloth and drain the ghee into the measuring cup.... Once everything is strained into the measuring cup I then transfer to my storage vessel... You'll be left w/all the solids in the cheese cloth....
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    I make my own ghee now too. It's really easy and a bit cheaper. Use pure grass-fed butter and there are no questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyS View Post
    The Pure Indian Foods ghee is amazing. I buy it directly from their website. It is a bit expensive though. It is pretty much the only fat I cook with. I absolutely detest coconut oil. It is great for high heat cooking since the milk solids have been removed.
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    Order it by the case or half-case to save a bit. Much tastier than the Purity brand. Purity is a very pale yellow; Pure Indian Foods is a deep, rich yellow -- something like the color of pastured egg yolks. Delicious.

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    Thanks Shijin13, awm8604, Martha and KellyS.
    I'm not sure that I love it enough to make it.
    It might be that I'm missing the salt from the butter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shijin13 View Post
    I use to buy this... None I make my own w/ Kerry gold unsalaried butter @$2.79/ half lb. 1lb of butter will fit in the parity farms large jar.

    To make ghee place butter in pot, over. Burner set on low, let butter melt, and slowly bubble, the solids will both bubble to the top, and fall to the bottom of the pan... As the butter turns to ghee it will begin to turn a golden brown color. On my stove this takes about 45min to 1 hr. when it's done, I put a fine mesh strainer over a 2cup measuring cup, line it w/4layers of cheese cloth and drain the ghee into the measuring cup.... Once everything is strained into the measuring cup I then transfer to my storage vessel... You'll be left w/all the solids in the cheese cloth....
    How long does it last for? I made some about a month and a half ago, so I don't know if it's still good anymore

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