How vegetable ghee differs from pure cow ghee?by Milkio Foods Grass-Fed ghee from New Zealand
Have you heard about vegetable ghee or dalda ghee? Probably yes, because ghee is one of the most popular cooking ingredients in India. Vegetable ghee or dalda is usually used in India as a substitute for ghee. Dalda ghee or Vanaspati ghee is the household name for the hydrogenated vegetable oil. Vegetable ghee looks creamy like cow ghee, which often created confusion among shoppers. But in this article, we will discuss the difference between pure desi ghee and vegetable ghee.
Pure cow ghee is produced using pure cow milk cream while vegetable ghee or dalda ghee is hydrogenated refined oils that are extremely harmful to health.
Desi ghee contains vitamin A, D, E, K, and essential fatty acids but dalda ghee doesn't have any such healthy ingredients, rather it has enough amounts of trans fats.
Ghee offers a high smoke point which is safe for high-temperature cooking. But vegetable ghee offers a low smoke point which is not safe for high heat cooking.
Desi ghee has multiple medicinal properties that can cure digestion issues, improve gut health, better immunity power, boost brain power, better skin health, and much more. However, dalda ghee doesn't offer any such health benefits.
So, now you know why you should avoid using vegetable ghee and prefer to use top-quality ghee. Looking for a reliable ghee brand? Milkio can offer you the best quality ghee that is free from artificial flavor and color. Made in New Zealand, all the products of Milkio Foods are organically certified by USDA, and non-GMO approved by BioGro, New Zealand.
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