Storage and shelf life of ghee: Facts you should knowby Pallavi Goswami content writer
If you're new to dealing with ghee or whether you want to buy in bulk because you enjoy it too much. It's helpful to know how to preserve it correctly so you can get the best out of ghee. Do you know how to store ghee? According to dairy guidelines, high-quality grass-fed ghee will remain intact for the next 12 months from the date of manufacture if specific provisions are followed when storing this dairy product. You don't need to have refrigeration for storing and preserving ghee on your kitchen shelf for an extended period. However, keeping ghee is not as easy as it seems.
How to store ghee
Place the ghee-storage jar on a dry, dark shelf of your kitchen cabinet if you want to keep cow ghee for longer than its expected shelf life. Since ghee is a photosensitive item, cow ghee keeps well in a dry, dark environment.
Ghee in a jar does not like moisture. Hold the container's lead sealed as far as possible. Furthermore, never use a wet spoon while taking out ghee because any moisture makes cow ghee rancid.
A glass jar is the perfect ghee storage container for grass-fed cow ghee. A dark-colored glass bottle is ideal for storing cow ghee. Ghee shelf-life is longer than any other dairy product without any refrigeration support.
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