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Butter vs Ghee
Ghee is clarified butter, which means the butter is simmered into a concentrate and the residue is removed. Whatever remains is the pure combination of fats with no residue of milk, and so, ghee does not need refrigeration.
Ghee finds its origin in India and is a common cooking ingredient throughout the Indian subcontinent. Though the aroma and flavor of ghee is quite different from that of butter, but it can be used in the same way as butter. Similar to butter, which has high concentration of fats, ghee is pure fat and can affect your health. But, if taken in moderate amount, ghee can provide your body with essential nutrients that are not available in butter.
Why is Ghee Used in Indian Food?
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