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October 29, 2017

I first learned about ghee from my roommates a long time ago when I lived in Hawaii. I was health curious and they were health conscious, eating veggie-heavy meals and making their own food for their sweet little baby. I remember they used to grease their beloved cast iron pan with golden, nutty ghee before cooking their potatoes or peppers in it, resulting in a fragrant and delicious medley.

Ghee, if you're unfamiliar, is also known as clarified butter. After melting butter down, it's simmered until the milk solids (the lactose) rise to the top and are skimmed off. The finished product is a savory, nutty golden brown cooking fat that is perfect for crisping roasted veggies, scrambling eggs or adding into Bulletproof coffee.

Especially beneficial for those who are lactose intolerant due to the removal of the lactose element, ghee is treasured in Ayurvedic medicine for it's ability to lubricate joints and connective tissues, promote better memory, and improve digestion. Ayurve...

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emily spaeth

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 As a nutrition therapist + holistic aesthetician, self love junkie + complete believer of balance, I fully understand the value of taking care of your self. 

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