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Organic Valley Purity Farms Ghee, 13 oz
- Shelf-stable 13oz jar
- Delicious, organic ghee (clarified butter). A delightful semi-soft cooking oil that is great for cooking, baking or sauteing.
- Lactose and casein free. No added salt.
- Made with organic cream from pasture-rasied cows
- USDA Organic, non-GMO, Kosher
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IngredientsCertified organic butter (milk)
Grade AA sweet creamery certified organic butter.
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Top Customer Reviews
Bonus: it's a healthy oil for us! You can also use some on a spoon as a chaser to fermented cod liver oil to get the maximum benefits. Look up the work of Weston A. Price for more information on that preventative, but even if you don't, you'll absolutely love this for cooking and in recipes.
I also LOVE that it doesn't have to be refrigerated, so it sits in the cabinet, happily, with the salt and olive oil, not taking up precious refrigerator space.
It's delicious, and it's NON-GMO!! In this day & age, where so much GMO corn, soy, canola & other foods are genetically modified, and I'm trying to outrun them, this is such a relief to find. No hormones, no antibiotics & no GMOS!
I am very pleased with this product and would definitely buy it again. I especially like that it is casein-free as I have a dairy intolerance so even the small amounts of milk protein in regular butter might be an issue, but with this ghee I don't have to worry about it.
*update* It is now a few months since I started ordering this and I have started ordering two jars at a time to make sure that I'm never without. I have confirmed that regular butter DOES cause me issues but ghee is perfectly fine due to being casein-free. I read that ghee is also an ayurvedic remedy for many things and is supposed to be healing for leaky-gut syndrome.
I also have to say that it makes a FANTASTIC moisturizer for the face! I have ultra ultra sensitive skin that just cannot handle the slightest amount of chemicals on it. I thought to myself one day to try ghee as a facial moisturizer as I desperately needed it. I put it on, thinking that I might get red from it or break out as I have from every other moisturizer attempt and... no reaction! Best of all, my dry, scaly patch on my face is now soft and smooth after only two applications! I've had that scaly patch for months! I am so excited about this find since most of the time I cannot do any topicals at all, but my skin just loved the ghee and drank it up. A little goes a long way, so if you do this, a pea-sized amount is plenty for a large area. Rub in gently but if your skin is dry it will soak up quickly leaving you feeling soft but not oily if you put on just a little bit at a time. You can always put more as needed, so don't overdo at the beginning.
I have also tried the Grassfed Organic Ghee 7.8 Oz by Pure Indian Foods. This is the other grassfed ghee I know of on Amazon. That ghee is also very good and has a slightly nuttier buttier smell in contrast to Purity's sweeter almost caramel smell. At almost half the price, though, Purity blows that brand away. If you are deciding on a grassfed ghee there is no comparison, Purity is the way to go.
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For those asking about grass-fed vs grain fed, this was the e-mail reply I received from Purity Farms when I inquired about their feeds and if they were gluten-free or not.
"All animals receive 100% organic feed. All cows get a mixture of organic forages and organic grains in their diet. Forages are grass, hay, silage, baylage and other "green feeds". Hay is simply dried plant material like grass and alfalfa. Silage and baylage are fermented or "wet" plant material. Grains include corn, barley, soybeans, oats, field peas and flax. The amounts may vary depending on the individual farmers management techniques.
The Purity Farms Ghee is gluten free."
Hope this helps clarify a lot of questions people have about the product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Product is great, but the actual delivery dates are well past expected dates every time.Published 7 days ago by Frank from Northville
This is the best ghee I have ordered from Amazon. It has a delightful flavor. I keep it in the refrigerator, since it is summer here, and the pantry is warm. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Tigerlily64
First time using Ghee....love it will purchase again...fast servicePublished 18 days ago by Teresa Zweig
I do Sous Vide cooking with Gee for fish, and vegetables. Great product, wonderful, mild flavor. It's a must own.Published 21 days ago by James L. Jones
I just made the best (and healthiest) fried chicken of my life and it was because of this Ghee! ha - My husband and my toddler both ate their weight in Chicken and couldn't... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jenya
This is my first time using Ghee. I am currently on a Ketogenic diet that encourages ingesting different kinds of fat like butter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 4bonbon