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Ghee storage is a necessary process to keep ghee fresh

  • August 17, 2021
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The ghee storage conditions depend on the fact that ghee is a dairy product with a long shelf life

You may have already started wondering if ghee storage is an intricate process all together. The reality is ghee does not need to be refrigerated to preserve fresh. You can keep your ghee container in a kitchen cabinet in a dark and dry place, and it will be fine. You can store the dairy product at room temperature and without any freezing support. 

According to dairy guidelines, high-quality grass-fed ghee will remain intact for the next 18 months from the date of manufacturing. Authentic ghee manufacturers always recommend their ghee storage, so it is wise to follow the guidelines of ghee storage imprinted on the product label. 

You don’t need to have refrigeration support for storing and preserving ghee on your kitchen shelf for an extended period. However, keeping ghee is not as easy as it seems. You have to follow some storage formalities to enjoy the extended shelf-life of the dairy. 

Ghee storage: How to store ghee in home for a longer period

To keep even the highest quality ghee for your use, you must note the environment, humidity, sun, and heat exposure. The following conditions have a significant effect on the shelf life and ghee storage.

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  • Place the ghee storage jar on a dry, dark shelf of your kitchen cabinet if you want to keep cow ghee for longer than its expected shelf life. Since ghee is a photosensitive item, cow ghee stays well in a dry, dark environment.
  • Ghee in a jar does not like moisture. Hold the container’s lead sealed as far as possible. Furthermore, never use a wet spoon while taking out ghee because any moisture makes cow ghee rancid.  If available, use an air-tight jar to store ghee.
  • A glass jar is the perfect ghee storage container for grass-fed cow ghee. A dark-colored glass bottle is ideal for storing grass fed  ghee. 
  • If you’re going make ghee storage in the refrigerator, make sure it’s in a freezer-safe bottle. These containers are pricey, but they can perfectly protect this dairy delicacy.
  • When removing ghee from the container, do not dip your finger directly into the ghee. Your hand’s acid pH can permanently alter the texture of the ghee. It may turn ghee rancid faster.
  • Ghee should always be removed using a dry glass spoon or metallic spoon. It is not advisable to hold a metallic spoon in the ghee jar for an extended period.

You can try Milkio’s cow ghee which is ideal for Paleo, Ketogenic, LCHF, and other low-carb, whole food diets. Milkio’s ghee storage is easy as it offers shelf life for 18 months without refrigeration support from its manufacturing date.

About Milkio Grass fed ghee

Try Milkio grass-fed ghee, which is made in New Zealand from the best & finest ingredients. Milkio grass-fed ghee is all-natural and does not contain artificial color, flavor, and chemical preservatives.

Milkio grass-fed ghee products are verified as non-GMO. The ghee is all-natural and offers an intense nutty feel-good aroma, rich, creamy texture, and additive-free quality, making it a superfood for the kitchen.

Milkio Ghee is gluten, lactose, casein, carb, sugar, and chemical-free product safe for consuming lactose intolerants and casein sensitives. It is keto and paleo diet-friendly. 

Milkio ghee offers a high smoke point. It is shelf-stable dairy oil you can store in the kitchen at room temperature for up to 18 months from the manufacturing date. To buy Milkio ghee, you may order at the Milkio website.

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