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Nutritional Power of Grass-fed A2/A2 Butter: The Ultimate Guide to Making Homemade Ghee

written by

Daniel King

posted on

February 21, 2024


Ghee, also known as clarified butter, has been a staple in Indian cuisine for centuries and has gained popularity worldwide due to its rich flavor and numerous health benefits. Made by simmering butter to remove the milk solids, ghee has a high smoke point, making it ideal for cooking at high temperatures without burning. While ghee is readily available in stores, making it at home with high-quality ingredients like 100% grass-fed A2/A2 butter can elevate its flavor and nutritional profile even further.

How to Make Ghee with 100% Grass-fed A2/A2 Butter:


  • 1 pound of 100% grass-fed A2/A2 butter


  1. Start by placing the butter in a heavy-bottomed saucepan or a stainless steel pot.
  2. Turn the heat to medium-low and allow the butter to melt completely.
  3. Once the butter has melted, reduce the heat to low and let it simmer gently.
  4. As the butter simmers, you will notice foam rising to the surface. Use a spoon to skim off the foam and discard it.
  5. Continue simmering the butter on low heat, keeping an eye on it to prevent it from burning. You'll start to see the milk solids separating and sinking to the bottom of the pot.
  6. After about 20-30 minutes, the butter will turn a golden color, and you'll notice a nutty aroma. At this point, remove the pot from the heat.
  7. Allow the ghee to cool for a few minutes before carefully straining it through a fine-mesh sieve or cheesecloth into a clean, dry glass jar.
  8. Discard the milk solids left behind in the pot.
  9. Once the ghee has cooled completely, cover the jar with a lid and store it at room temperature or in the refrigerator.

Tips and Tricks:

  • Use a clean, dry pot and utensils to prevent any moisture from getting into the ghee, as it can cause it to spoil faster.
  • Be patient and let the butter simmer gently on low heat to ensure that the milk solids separate properly and the ghee develops a rich flavor.
  • You can customize the flavor of your ghee by adding spices like cardamom, cinnamon, or cloves during the simmering process.
  • Store your homemade ghee in a clean, dry glass jar with a tight-fitting lid to keep it fresh for longer (refrigeration is no neccassary).

Benefits and Uses of Ghee:

  • High Smoke Point: Ghee has a smoke point of around 450°F (232°C), making it suitable for high-temperature cooking methods like frying and sautéing.
  • Rich Flavor: Ghee has a deliciously nutty and buttery flavor that adds depth to any dish. It's perfect for enhancing the taste of both savory and sweet recipes.
  • Healthy Fats: Unlike butter, ghee is lactose-free and contains healthy fats like omega-3 fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which have been linked to various health benefits, including improved heart health and weight management.
  • Nutritional Boost: Grass-fed A2/A2 butter, from which ghee is made, is rich in fat-soluble vitamins like vitamin A, D, E, and K2, as well as antioxidants like beta-carotene.

Making ghee at home using high-quality ingredients like our 100% grass-fed A2/A2 butter is a simple and rewarding process. Not only does it yield a flavorful and nutritious cooking fat, but it also allows you to control the ingredients and customize the flavor to your liking. Whether you use it for frying, baking, or as a spread, homemade ghee is sure to elevate your culinary creations to new heights.

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