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    I live in Calgary and I ordered Organic Grass Fed Ghee from Pure Indian Foods.
    Their website is really easy to use and it was no problem shipping to Canada.
    Pure Indian Foods - A fifth-generation, family-owned ghee business since 1889.

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    This makes me sad, also being in Alberta...I recently came home from a trip to the Caribbean with 4lbs of frozen Kerrygold in my suitcase because we can't get it here. It tastes so. Bloody. Good. I gross out my mister by eating it straight.
    It's not just that it's tough to find grass-fed butter around here, but there's also a limit on the milk fat percentage so Canadian butter has less milk fat and more water/milk solids in it. There's a whole set of crazy regulations on dairy products here that are apparently meant to protect Canadian producers.
    You *can* bring butter back from the States duty free, but there is a limit of $20 worth per person. Take some friends on a quick cross-border trip and stock up, perhaps?
    There are decent options available, though - Foothills Creamery makes some tasty butter. Organic Meadow is a brand that's almost 100% grass fed, but right on the website it says the feed has to be supplemented with grains in the winter because, well, there's no damn grass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelle M View Post
    I live in Calgary and I ordered Organic Grass Fed Ghee from Pure Indian Foods.
    Their website is really easy to use and it was no problem shipping to Canada.
    Pure Indian Foods - A fifth-generation, family-owned ghee business since 1889.
    This is all I use and it is so delicious.
    I'm in the states and order it from Amazon.

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    Use cultured butter it has a higher fat content and tastes more like European butter
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