Pure Cow Butter
₹336.00 – ₹4,158.00
Pure Cow Butter is a popular dairy product made from cow’s milk. It is composed of milk fat that has been separated from other milk components. It has a rich flavour and is widely used for cooking, baking, or as a spread on bread.
Ghee Store Pure Cow Butter is a popular dairy product made from cow’s milk. It just milk fat that has been separated from other milk components. It has a rich flavor and is widely used as a spread, for cooking and mostly for baking.
Ghee Store Pure Cow Butter – How is it made?
The first step in butter production involves separating Milk and the cream. Earlier milk was simply left standing until the cream rose to the surface and then skimmed. Cream rises because it is lighter than the other milk components. In modern cream production an efficient method called centrifugation is used. Butter is then produced from cream by churning which involves swirling the cream until the fat or butter clumps together and separates from the liquid portion or buttermilk. The buttermilk is drained off and the butter is churned further until it becomes ready for packaging.
Butter is an ultimate product for an oil base for cooking. It adds more flavor and richness to any food it is added. It is mostly used to make bakery food items like cakes and cookies. And it’s also good for any kind of cooking. It is the main ingredient for most of the baked products like pizza, pasta and not to forget the cookies and cakes.
Since it is mainly composed of fat it is a high calorie food. One tablespoon that is 14 grams of butter has about 100 calories. There is always a debate about which is healthier ghee or butter. The following table will help you to understand which is better.
|Fat||13 grams||11 grams|
|Saturated fat||8 grams||7 grams|
|Monounsaturated fat||4 grams||3 grams|
|Polyunsaturated fat||0.5 grams||0.5 grams|
|Protein||Trace amounts||Trace amounts|
|Carbs||Trace amounts||Trace amounts|
|Vitamin A||12% of the Daily Value||11% of the Daily Value|
|Vitamin E||2% of the DV||2% of the DV|
|Vitamin K||1% of the DV||1% of the DV|
This suggests that both are almost similar in nutritional values. And both Ghee and Butter get their 100% Calories from the fat content.
Ghee Store Pure Cow Butter
The myth about the butter
Butter has been blamed for heart disease due to its high saturated fat content in the past. But now research show butter is considered healthy. Butter has about 80% fat and the rest is mostly water. Butter is the most complex of all dietary fats. But it contains more than 400 different fatty acids. It is very high in saturated fatty acids about 70% and holds a fair amount of monounsaturated fatty acids (about 25%). Polyunsaturated fats are only present in minimal amounts of about 2.3% of the total fat content.
Butter has several vitamins particularly fat soluble ones. It is rich in various vitamins like A, B12, D, E, and K2. Butter is generally healthy and low in lactose but may increase your weight when eaten in excess. Though it has been blamed for raising heart disease risk some studies now indicate it could benefit heart health.
Why We Use Only Grass Fed Cow’s Milk
The feed of dairy cows can have a great effect on the nutritional quality of it’s milk. Grass-fed butter is made from the milk of cows that graze on pasture or are fed fresh grass. In most dairy farms cows are fed with commercial grain based feeds. Grass fed cow butter is higher in many nutrients than butter from cows fed processed grain based feeds or conserved grass. A higher proportion of fresh grass in a cow’s diet increases the amount of healthy fats like omega-3 fatty acids and CLA. That is why we make our butter only from grass bred cow’s milk.
Butter is a milk product extracted from milk fat. While mainly composed of fat, it’s also rich in many vitamins, especially A, D, E, and K2. Butter may not be particularly nutritious when considering its large number of calories. Due to its high saturated fat content it has been blamed for increased risk for weight gain and heart disease. Yet several studies point to the contrary. But an important point to consider is butter is healthy in moderation and excessive consumption should be avoided.
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