Bean Grass-Fed Ghee Butter by 4th & Heart, 9 Ounce, Keto, Pasture Rais – eProducts Store.com
 Bean Grass-Fed Ghee Butter by 4th & Heart, 9 Ounce, Keto, Pasture Raised, Non-GMO, Lactose Free, Certified Paleo

Bean Grass-Fed Ghee Butter by 4th & Heart, 9 Ounce, Keto, Pasture Raised, Non-GMO, Lactose Free, Certified Paleo

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dagascar vanilla bean is soaked and stirred into pure ghee, leaving a subtle, sweet taste and aroma. Vanilla bean is not only divine to taste, it has impressive health benefits as well. This antioxidant has been known to increase cognitive performance and reduce inflammation (thanks to its vanilloids), and has even been used in many parts of the world to reduce nausea in pregnant women. Ghee itself is a type of clarified butter that is heated, reduced & triple-filtered out and what you?re left with is the pure healthy fat, which is lactose free & dairy free, good for digestion and metabolism. It is an iconic ingredient and food staple with a history as rich as its taste. It originates in India and is used extensively in cooking and to promote health. Ghee alone is an excellent alternative to butter for those who are lactose intolerant and who want the taste of butter, without the disadvantages of processed margarines. Unlike other oils it is rich in butyric acid, a short chain fatty acid that is great for your overall health and digestion. Ghee?s buttery taste and high smoke point (485 degrees) makes it an excellent addition to your everyday cooking oils, is extremely easy to cook with and delicious simply spread on a piece of toast. Fourth & Heart grass-fed ghee uses the highest quality grass-fed butter sourced from a cooperative of farms in New Zealand. Grass is naturally high in Vitamin A, D, E, K and CLA. When the cow?s milk is rich with these vitamins it goes directly to the butter and therefor the ghee. Replace your everyday butter & oil with Grass-Fed Pure Spreadable Butter. Please note: ghee naturally melts at approximately 90-degrees farenheit, which can occur during transit and delivery. This is perfectly normal and will not damage the ghee, which will resolidify if left at room temperature or refrigerated for 2-3 hours.