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What’s the difference between ghee and butter?

What's the difference between ghee and butter?
The demand for pure desi ghee is increasing and more people are becoming aware about the amazing benefits that Ghee brings along. It is not shocking to see ghee replacing most of the cooking fats in the kitchen. Be it butter or oil, ghee has slowly started taking their place in most kitchens. But is ghee really better than butter? What about the health benefits? Is it compliant with our new age diets like Keto or Whole30?

6 Natural Home Remedies for Cough and Cold

Home remedies for cough and cold
We have always seen our grandparents having a solution for every health problem in their homes; especially the kitchen. No matter what the issue is, they can always solve it by giving some secret antidote. Be it an injury which is healed by turmeric or a stomach ache which is cured by carom (Ajwain) seeds. You can never really understand how they have a ‘nuska’ for everything. Check out some of the most used home remedies for cold and cough which has taken over most of the homes this winter.

What are the health benefits of ghee for babies?

Ghee for babies.

Food items like Desi Cow ghee, jaggery or honey create a huge confusion in parents these days due to a big difference in our age old traditional food habits and modern-day food habits for babies. While pure organic grass fed gir cow ghee is said to be extremely beneficial for consumption, the question of whether a baby can consume it still prevails. What was considered essential for babies some years ago, is now often said to be harmful. The advent of modern baby food has created doubts about our desi food practices for babies. One such item of confusion is Ghee. While the entire world is speaking about the harmful effects of inclusion of fats in infants, Indian traditional food habits for babies indicate the need for inclusion of ghee in every baby’s diet.

Benefits of Desi Cow Ghee for Skin and Hair

Cow Ghee for Skin and Hair Care

Ever noticed that our grandmother has better skin at 85 than we have at 25? We just cannot get that soft skin despite using multiple cosmetics and getting regular facials done. We could say that this is because of change in our lifestyle, pollution and increase in stress levels. But we fail to notice that our eating habits and beauty regimes have also changed. Ask your grandmother a remedy for dry scalp. She will say apply warm ghee on your scalp. Tell her that you are having acidity. She will say have a glass of cold milk. Never will your grandmother suggest any medicine or pill. Even for all those skin and hair issues, our grandmother has one solution. One. What is that? Desi Cow Ghee!

What are the benefits of drinking milk with ghee at night?

Health benefits of drinking milk with ghee at night.
We have all heard about the benefits of having desi cow ghee and cow milk individually. Although, we don’t get to hear a lot about the benefits of having cow ghee with milk which is very highly recommended by Ayurveda. We know! It really sounds weird. We have always had ghee on our dal chawal or roti. But it is said that the when ghee is consumed with milk, it is the most beneficial. There are even more benefits of drinking milk with ghee at night. What exactly are the benefits of having desi cow ghee with milk?

9 Benefits of Desi Cow Ghee

Gir Cow Ghee Benefits
Since ages, we have seen our parents and grandparents talk about the benefits of having desi cow ghee in our meals on a daily basis. We have followed the tradition of eating a spoonful of ghee in lunch and in dinner as a habit that has been passed on through generations. But we tend to forget that our forefathers were consuming pure ghee and not the adulterated one. Desi Cow Ghee benefits are only attainable if Pure Desi Cow Ghee is consumed. Here are 9 benefits of Desi Cow Ghee.

The Truth Behind Desi Cow Ghee

Gir Cow Desi ghee made by Vedic process with bilona hand churning
Ghee is one of the most commonly used food products in Indian homes. Be it a simple roti or an exquisite halwa, Ghee is a key ingredient for the taste of Indian Food. Our earlier generations very particular about how the Ghee was made. Exactly what were they doing different? Was it the milk or the process? Or was it both?