Grass fed ghee and cooking oil: 6 clues ghee is a better choice

  • August 24, 2021
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Grass fed ghee and cooking oil: what makes ghee is a better choice for cooking

Grass fed ghee and cooking oil are both pantry staples, and generally, consumers use both of them in their cooking process.  While in the recent past, ghee was considered unhealthy for its saturated fat content, presently, modern dieticians prefer grass-fed cow ghee over cooking oils for multiple reasons.

Some of the prime reasons for preferring ghee as a healthy cooking oil are:

  • Ghee offers good fats that help in maintaining good heart health.
  • Ghee is a natural lubricator and laxative; these properties are not available in any cooking oil.
  • Grass fed ghee, due to its MCTs and CLA, is helpful for weight loss when coupled with exercise, a good diet, and a healthy lifestyle.
  • If consumed in moderation and coupled with an active lifestyle, it is a feel-good pantry staple and can offer a great energy source.
  • Due to the presence of CLA, dairy oil offers natural prevention from carcinogenic diseases.
  • Grass-fed clarified butter boosts digestion and can detoxify the digestive system if taken in the morning on an empty stomach with lukewarm water: no such quality of cooking oil has been detected yet.
  • Grass-fed clarified butter contains umpteen amounts of butyric acid, which is why dairy acts as a gut-friendly ingredient. Cooking oil lacks this quality of gut friendliness completely.
  • Regular but moderate consumption of grass-fed clarified butter can boost immunity, which is its unique feature.
  • Dairy oil helps in boosting brain health and improves concentration, memory power, and cognitive ability. According to Ayurveda: cooking oils do not offer these health benefits.

Comparative Study between Grass Fed Ghee and Cooking Oil

DEFINITION Grass fed ghee is procured from grass fed cow milk fat and it is prepared by slow boiling of grass fed butter so that butter fat gets separated. Cooking oil is a neutral, non-polar chemical or herbal substance, and it looks like a viscous liquid at ambient temperatures. While ghee is a natural dairy product, oil is an herbal or chemical product.
ORIGIN It is procured from the milk of grass fed cows It is procured from plant or synthetic fat Ghee contains natural fat while oil contains, in many instances, synthetic fats
CONSISTS OF Ghee consists of good saturated fats and vitamins A,D,E, and K. Oil consists of mono saturated fats, trans fats, & polysaturated fats. Grass fed ghee is more health friendly than any other cooking oil if consumed in moderation.
SMOKE POINT Grass fed ghee offers higher smoke point: against higher temperature, ghee offers better stability and does not produce free radicals. Normal cooking oil offers lower smoking point: against exposure to higher temperature oil breaks down and produces harmful free radical. Grass fed ghee is safer for deep-frying and other cooking process in comparison to normal cooking oils.
STABILITY OF PRODUCT Organic grass fed ghee is a stable dairy product in comparison to cooking oil. Cooking oil is not that stable like organic grass fed ghee. Ghee is a better cooking medium than cooking oil.
SHELF LIFE Organic grass fed ghee is shelf stable and can be preserved for 18 months without refrigeration. Cooking oil is not  shelf-stable and cannot be stored  as long as grass fed ghee. Grass fed ghee is much shelf stable and economic in comparison to cooking oil.

This is why grass-fed clarified butter is considered a better option for cooking oil, but one point is obvious here. Ghee has to be consumed in moderation, and the best quality organic grass-fed ghee has to be consumed to enjoy the best ghee benefits. Grass fed ghee and cooking oil differ in various aspects.

You can trust Milkio grass fed organic ghee as it is made from local and imported ingredients using a traditional process and under the supervision of expert and experienced dairy experts.

Grass Fed Ghee And Cooking Oil
Grass fed ghee and cooking oil

Milkio grass-fed ghee products are lactose, casein, and gluten-free. It is a shelf-friendly dairy, which you can preserve at room temperature for up to 18 months from the manufacturing date.

About Milkio grass-fed ghee:

Try Milkio grass-fed ghee, which is prepared in New Zealand from local and imported 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. Milkio Foods, the leading grass-fed ghee manufacturer and exporter, produces them. 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 products do not contain artificial color, flavor, or preservatives.

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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