Butter or ghee: Which is the safer one for your diet

by Pallavi Goswami content writer

Many people are curious about the process of making butter. Does butter have dairy? It is also a frequently asked question. The butter-making process involves three major steps, all of which have unique characteristics. First of all, let's define what butter is. Butter is a creamy milk fat obtained by blending and churning milk cream. Butter contains enough amounts of lactose and casein, which can create allergic reactions among dairy-sensitive individuals. But when you use clarified butter, you need not face such reactions.

Butter is not for high-heat cooking. You may rather use it only for garnishing and spreading over toast. You can easily combine ghee with many of your favorite recipes and it does not take much effort to combine it with any meat or seafood you are already using. The nutrients and healthy fats in ghee will help you stay full longer between meals and give me more energy to work out during my day. Ghee and butter are dairy products, but ghee is very shelf stable and needs no refrigeration support.

Does butter have dairy, a common question for those suffering from lactose intolerance? But you can rest assured that ghee clarified butter is safe from dairy allergy and will provide your body with better nutritional support. 

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