How to store ghee in the right way?

by Mitun Mukherjee Milkio food product

Storing ghee requires proper knowledge. Do not think you need to be an expert in this case. If you have recently purchased a ghee bottle and are thinking of how to store ghee, you can come to the right place. Proper ghee storage provides the product with the right environment to last long. Ghee is highly shelf-stable and lasts longer than any other dairy staple.

Handling homemade ghee or store-bought ghee largely depends on the quality of the ghee. However, it is crucial to check the shelf-life of ghee before buying. Good-quality organic ghee can stay fresh up to 12 months from the manufacturing date. If you are wondering how to store ghee, here are some tips to increase the life of ghee -

  • The best storage material for ghee is a tightly sealed glass bottle. You also must remember that dirt or moisture can reduce its shelf-life. 

  • It should never be stored in direct contact with the sunlight as it would become rancid quickly and may even go bad. If you want to use ghee for a long, you may store it in any dark area of your kitchen.

  • Use a dry spoon to take out ghee every time because any moisture in ghee can reduce the shelf life. 

Ghee shelf-life depends on its quality. Choose the best ghee brand in the market to enjoy fresh ghee flavor for a long. Bring home Milkio 100% grass-fed ghee produced by Milkio Foods, a leading ghee manufacturer and exporter in New Zealand. 

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