Ghee manufacturers’ concern in quality ghee productionby Milkio Foods Grass-Fed ghee from New Zealand
The quality of the ghee totally depends on its brands and on the manufacturers. Ghee manufacturers are the main persons behind the quality assurance of the ghee. There are different kinds of brands available in the market with different manufacturers. But, consumers trust a brad where the profile of the product manufacturer stands consistent. This is applicable for ghee manufacturers too.
What is ghee and how it is manufactured?
The main ingredient of making ghee is pure cow milk. Ghee is naturally prepared by boiling milk butter, which is prepared by churning the milk cream (conventionally it is prepared by churning curd), removing all the impurities come up on the surface, and then preserving the clear liquid fat. The solid residue settled to the bottom has to be discarded.
Ghee contains several vitamins and nutrients. Ghee is comprised of a wide range of short, medium, and long-chain fatty acids, both unsaturated and saturated type. Ghee clarified butter contains Omega-3 and Omega-9 essential fatty acids along with vitamins A, D, E and K. Ghee made from organic butter of pasture-raised cows is one of the best natural sources of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid).
How ghee manufacturers produce pure organic ghee?
Desi ghee manufacturers use the best raw materials procured from listed farms of the country who follow the rules of organic farming. Organic ghee is certified by an organic certifier about its compliance with the organic ghee label. Ghee manufacturers consider the ghee-residue as the by-product of ghee producing process. During the manufacturing method of ghee, the solids present in the cream/butter take the form of some small granular particles, which are known as ghee-residue.
What Advises are given by ghee manufacturers?
If you follow the storage instruction of pure ghee manufacturers, you will be able to buy pure ghee and preserve them for long.
Do not store ghee in a plastic jar: prefer to keep it in a dark coloured glass jar or in a steel container.
Always keep the ghee container in a dark and dry shelf away from moisture.
Take a teaspoon of melted ghee in a test tube or in a transparent bottle. Add a dash of sugar. Now close the container and give it a strong shake. Let it stand for 2-5 minutes. If a red colour appears at the bottom of the vessel, then the sample contains vegetable oil.
Melt a small quantity of the ghee/butter. Pour it into a glass jar and place in the fridge till it gets frozen. Presence of a separate layer in the jar indicates the presence of other oils.
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