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Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee

Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee is made from natural milk. It is ideal for all Indian cuisine and a real discovery for those who enjoy making cookies, sponge cakes, muffins, and other sweets.

Traditional slow cooking:Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee is made using fresh & pure cow milk. The milk is converted into curd and the curd is slowly churned to make butter. And then impurities and water are removed, leaving only pure fat or oil.

Aromatic and Pure:With a wonderful balance of Omega-6 to Omega-3 linoleic acids, Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee is 100% aromatic and pure, free from pesticides and chemicals. It is made from grass-fed cows milk.

Diet Friendly:For those following the keto or paleo diet plan, Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee complements your diet plan.

Superfood, Super Healthy:Ghee is an essential superfood for growing kids, being a powerhouse of vitamins that promote good health and also helps in slowing down the ageing process.

Healing Agent:Dealing with rough skin and chapped lips? Fret not, Barosi Ghee is here to be your savior. It not only makes your dishes lip-smacking and healthy but also is renowned for its external healing properties. You can apply it to soothe skin burns or sun burns. Ghee nourishes your skin and creates a protective barrier.

Legal Disclaimer: Product images are for illustrative purposes only. Images/packaging/ labels may vary from time to time due to the manufacturer's manufacturing batch and location changes. The product description is for information purposes only and may contain additional ingredients.

Product ID: 7387834

Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee

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Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee
$22.97 USD

Description

Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee

Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee is made from natural milk. It is ideal for all Indian cuisine and a real discovery for those who enjoy making cookies, sponge cakes, muffins, and other sweets.

Traditional slow cooking:Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee is made using fresh & pure cow milk. The milk is converted into curd and the curd is slowly churned to make butter. And then impurities and water are removed, leaving only pure fat or oil.

Aromatic and Pure:With a wonderful balance of Omega-6 to Omega-3 linoleic acids, Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee is 100% aromatic and pure, free from pesticides and chemicals. It is made from grass-fed cows milk.

Diet Friendly:For those following the keto or paleo diet plan, Barosi Cultured Cow Ghee complements your diet plan.

Superfood, Super Healthy:Ghee is an essential superfood for growing kids, being a powerhouse of vitamins that promote good health and also helps in slowing down the ageing process.

Healing Agent:Dealing with rough skin and chapped lips? Fret not, Barosi Ghee is here to be your savior. It not only makes your dishes lip-smacking and healthy but also is renowned for its external healing properties. You can apply it to soothe skin burns or sun burns. Ghee nourishes your skin and creates a protective barrier.

Legal Disclaimer: Product images are for illustrative purposes only. Images/packaging/ labels may vary from time to time due to the manufacturer's manufacturing batch and location changes. The product description is for information purposes only and may contain additional ingredients.

Product ID: 7387834

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Naeem Ul hussan (Paris, FR)
Cow ghee and honey

Ghee is very pure but honey is doubtful to serve the sugar you can see on the botom of bottle...so please honey...


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