Garlic Grass-Fed Ghee

$15.99 Sale Save
Garlic Grass-Fed Ghee
Garlic Grass-Fed Ghee
Garlic Grass-Fed Ghee
Garlic Grass-Fed Ghee

Garlic Grass-Fed Ghee

$15.99 Sale Save


Good for dairy sensitivities

Garlic is one of the most crave-worthy flavors, an essential ingredient for so many recipes. Zazi Natural Foods Garlic Ghee makes it easy to get creative and add a twist to your favorite recipes - from grilled bread to sauces, gravy, veggies, meats, seafood and pasta. Ghee won't burn at higher temperatures like butter and it’s often tolerated better by those with dairy sensitivities. Winner of 2023 Good Food Awards - Pantry Category.

Size: 8 oz. glass jar.

Contains Milk. Does not require refrigeration. Best used within 3 months, traditionally, shelf-life is prolonged when stored in cool and dark places.

Grassfed organic butter, garlic






Gluten Free:

We make our products in a shared commercial kitchen where gluten-containing products may be produced. However, we do take precautions – we have our own cookware and do not make any gluten-containing products while making our ghee. However, we cannot guarantee that there is no trace of gluten in our products at this time.

Diary Intolerant:

Ghee is made from grass fed organic butter which contains casein (milk protein) and lactose (milk sugar). The butter is cooked and strained to remove milk proteins and water. Thus, most people with dairy intolerance can tolerate ghee. However traces of casein or lactose may be present.

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Ghee FAQs

Ghee is a form of clarified butter originating in India, that is a foundational staple of cooking as well as medicinal use in Ayurveda, use for skin care and in rituals (such as making ghee candles, etc.)

Ghee and other forms of clarified butter are used in cuisines around the world, for example in Ethiopian, Moroccan, French, Israli and many other cultures. These forms of clarified butter incorporate local herbs and spices and may include aged and fermented forms.

Ghee is a foundational part of Ayurveda, for diet, skin care, as a carrier for medicinal herbs, use in candles for meditation and ceremonies, and much more.

Ghee is considered stabilizing and nourishing and helps balance our system in different ways – by improving digestion (without promoting excess heat), supporting a peaceful mind (sattva), and helping to carry nutrients through the 7 bodily tissues so that they are digested to their purest form, thus promoting our immunity and resilience in mind and body (a quality known as ojas).

Ghee is a good source of energy since it is pure fat and contains short and medium-chain fatty acids. Ghee also contains butyrate (supports gut health), CLA (supports metabolism), Omega 3 fatty acids (anti-inflammatory, supports brain health), and fat-soluble vitamins A, E and K.

We use grass-fed organic butter from a family farm. Grass-fed butter is known to have increased levels of the orange-yellow pigments contained in grass (and other greens) providing the natural golden color of the butter. These pigments are known as lutein and other carotenoids, and are essential for immunity, vision and brain health.

Ghee has a very long shelf life. In general it is recommended to purchase what you will use in 3 months time for optimum flavor. However, it can be stored for longer if kept in cool dry place and is safe to use.

The most important factor in preventing spoilage is to use a clean, dry spoon each time.

Even a small amount of moisture or food contamination can result in spoilage, mold, or bacterial growth.

Changes in texture such as becoming grainy in appearance, is not an indication of spoilage.


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