A spoonful of ghee is all that you need for good food, good health and strong immunity.
Ghee has been in almost all Indian kitchens since time immemorial. Whether it is home made or brought from the market, a spoonful of ghee is a must in dal, parathas and even some curries. But with the market flooded with several brands of ghee, which is the best one is often confusing. Whether to opt for desi ghee or cow ghee or organic and what to look out for is an important question. Consumer VOICE tests all brands of ghee to help you choose the best.
Vanaspati is an industrial product and formed by partial hydrogenation of refined edible vegetable oil or oils.
Ghee is a clarified type of butter, meaning that it has been simmered into a concentrate and the residue has been removed.
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