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Where to buy ghee

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  1. Dutchjob

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    Does anybody know if and where we can buy ghee, preferable grass fed organic but any ghee will do.

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    If you can't find any there, look up how to make your own, it looks fairly easy...(don't quote me on that, I have never tried doing it)
     
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    If you have good butter it is easy to make, basically you just boil it. I make my own.
     
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    Sounds interesting, what butter do you use and where can i buy it?
     
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    As the others said, you can make your own. But, you need good quality butter, which I never found in PI.
    It aint going to work with "star margarine" :smile:
     
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    I use a local Texas brand, pasture fed. You can use any type of butter though but some of the cheaper ones have a high water content which makes it a little more difficult and gives you less ghee. I've made it with cheap butter and it has tasted fine.
     
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    If anyone is interested in farming or livestock in the Philippines, I recommend starting dairy, there is almost no dairy products that are locally produced.
     
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    Pls check last 2 posts in Curry - Nice Indian restaurant in Dumaguete for links to 2 different places in Cebu, Indian grocery shops, they will probably have by the gallon containers, I seem to remember.
     
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    There would first need to be refrigerated transport otherwise the milk would go off, not to mention the brownouts. I gather thats why most milk supplies here are of the long life kind.

    Anchor butter is a good one.
     
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