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Ghee Cosmoveda, organic

Ghee Cosmoveda, organic

Pure Ayurveda Ghee, 100% organic
Butterfat (from clarified butter)

 in stock
 1-3 days
Net Weight: 150 g  150 g
Weight: 0,32 kg  0,32 kg
DE-ÖKO-007
EAN: 4032108111100
Item No: 10064/1
4,70 3,13 € / 100 g
incl. 5% VAT
plus shipping costs
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COSMOVEDA Pure Ghee, that is clarified butter, is an important ingredient in the Ayurvedic cuisine and used for cooking, frying, baking, braising and stewing. The organic milk for the Cosmoveda Ghee comes from willow cows from the Alpine foothills of Bavaria, which in contrast to high-yielding cows only give about half the amount of milk and are not kept for slaughter.

Cosmoveda Ghee is traditionally made from cream yoghurt and is therefore very tasty and of high quality, a special ingredient for many delicious recipes. In the preparation of many Ayurveda dishes such as curries, dal and soups, spices are first seared in ghee so that they can develop their full aroma. Ghee can be used sparingly.

From certified organic cultivation.

Available sizes:

  • 150 g
  • 300 g
  • 900 g
  • 4.5 kg

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Additional product information

Butterfat (from clarified butter)

Ingredients:

Butterfat *
* from controlled organic cultivation

Allergy information:

May contain traces of lactose and milk protein

Nutritional information per 100 g:

Energy: 3692 kJ / 898 kcal
Fat: 99.8 g
hereof saturated fatty acids: 62.9 g
Carbohydrates: 0 g
hereof sugar: 0 g
Protein: 0 g
Salt: 0 g

Storage & Use:

Cosmoveda Pure Ghee can be used for several months after opening. Protect from light and heat.

Origin:

EU-agriculture (Germany)

Manufacturer:

COSMOVEDA e.K.
Adalbertstr. 5-8
D-10999 Berlin

Additional information:

Ghee is a natural product. At room temperature it can be partly solid, partly liquid. During the transition from the liquid to the solid state, natural processes of fat crystallization can cause fine granular structures which are characteristic of Ghee and do not represent any quality impairment.

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