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Ghee vs butter smoke point: 3 reasons ghee is a better choice

by Mitun Mukherjee Milkio food product
If we compare Ghee vs butter smoke point, you can understand well that ghee is a better butter for the cooking safety it adds. Butter is known for its high smoke point, but the advantage of ghee is better than butter. Ghee offers higher smoke point than butter, which means ghee is a safer oil for high temperature cooking. Butter offers a smoke point of 350 degrees Fahrenheit, but pure ghee’s smoke point is 485 degrees Fahrenheit. The versatility of ghee is an added advantage: the combo of ghee’s versatility and its high smoke point is obviously an advantage of cooking of ghee. But apart from smoking point, ghee has some more advantages to offer for food making over butter. Let’s discuss. • Butter contains lactose and casein but ghee is completely lactose and casein-free. It means ghee is dairy-allergy risk free but butter may cause dairy allergy. • Ghee is storage friendly. You can preserve ghee without freezing support but ghee is not. Butter is not storage-friendly. You can’t preserve butter without freezing support. • Butter contains transfat but ghee is trans-fat free. • Apart from Ghee vs butter smoke point advantage, ghee is more versatile and flexible in recipe pairing. Ghee offers several health benefits, which butter does not offer. The conclusion is not only the smoke point of butter is lower than ghee. Ghee is more beneficial for cooking than butter for the above reasons. It is better to use grass-fed ghee always other than any other ghee varieties. For instance, you may count on Milkio Grass-fed ghee products. [If You Wish to partner with us to Import/Buy/Distribute/Trade Our Milkio Ghee products, or for developing Private label ghee products, or contract ghee manufacturing support, Please Feel Free To Contact Us Via Our Email, We Will Be In Touch With You Within the next 48 Hrs.]

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