Are You Consuming Pure Desi Ghee?
Have you ever considered whether the Ghee you use in your daily life is pure or impure?
Many ghee manufacturers on the market substitute or combine pure Ghee with the inexpensive Vanaspati oil. Few manufacturers reduce the price of Ghee by combining it with vegetable oils and other fatty substances; consequently, they sell Ghee at lower prices.
How to Determine the Purity of A2 Desi Ghee
First, place the Ghee on your palm.
Put a tablespoon of Ghee on your palm. Pure Ghee melts at body temperature, so if the Ghee begins to melt, it is pure.
Method 2: Examine the Color of the Ghee
If a spoonful of Ghee melts within a few seconds and turns a dark brownish colour when heated, it is pure Ghee. It is impure if it melts slowly and is light yellow in colour.
Method 3: The Scientific Method for Evaluating Ghee
Place a small quantity of Ghee in a test tube. Add a small amount of sugar and concentrated hydrochloric acid. Shake it vigorously and wait five minutes. If the lower acid layer turns crimson, it indicates that Ghee contains vanaspati oil. However, if the colour of the mixture does not change, there is no adulteration.
Using these simple at-home tests, it is simple to determine whether the Ghee you are using is pure or adulterated.
Today, try Earthomaya A2 Cow ghee to ensure its purity. Our desi ghee does not contain any additives or adulterants. In addition, we preserve the nutritional value of the Ghee we produce by cooking it over a low flame.