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Saturday, December 24, 2016, 5:55pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Well this site seems to have the best prices on Grass Fed Ghee.

http://www.pureindianfoods.com.....2yjdECFUiRfgodL_kA7Q

I may check out Grass Fed Butter prices and see about making it myself again... that may be the cheaper option.

Thoughts?

Also what do you all think about Organic Grass Fed Ghee as opposed to just Organic Ghee?
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The grass fed has more nutrients because they're eating their natural diet. Organic cows eat  organic corn and soy  but still grains and grass fed eat grass obviously. Cows get fatter eating grains, just like people do. And no, I don't eat grass hahaha. That's why I like grass fed beef/ lamb and fish. No grains in their foods.

I always use purity farms ghee and Kerry gold butter. I don't use either often though.


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The grass fed will have a better fatty acid profile. Omega 3:6 ratio would be notable. There's not much else besides fatty acids to look at since it is almost all fat.
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Wouldn't there be more CLA and Vitamin e or is that just in the protein part?


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Wouldn't there be more CLA and Vitamin e or is that just in the protein part?


CLA is a fatty acid. Vitamin E is fat soluable.

Here is a list of fat soluable vitamins and nutrients.

https://www.cdc.gov/nutritionreport/pdf/Fat.pdf

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When you buy ghee you are paying over double the price compared to if you buy grass fed butter and make your own.  I'm "funny" about paying that much more to let someone else do what I am capable of doing without a great deal of effort.  

It takes me about 40 minutes or less to melt, cook and strain a pound of grass fed butter and have enough ghee for the two of us for close to a month.  I keep ours in a container in the refrigerator which makes it get really hard, and we use a sharp knife to slice "slivers" of it.  We get all the taste and use less ghee that way.  


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Quoted from Mother
I don't use either often though.
Here's the important criterion -- the actual volume of ghee you're going to consume.



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When you buy ghee you are paying over double the price compared to if you buy grass fed butter and make your own.  I'm "funny" about paying that much more to let someone else do what I am capable of doing without a great deal of effort.  

It takes me about 40 minutes or less to melt, cook and strain a pound of grass fed butter and have enough ghee for the two of us for close to a month.  I keep ours in a container in the refrigerator which makes it get really hard, and we use a sharp knife to slice "slivers" of it.  We get all the taste and use less ghee that way.  


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