- Comes from pastured, grass-fed goats.
- Contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)
- High in MCT’s (medium chain triglycerides)
- Boost beneficial fatty acid profile of smoothies, baked goods, and protein drinks.
- Perfect for butter coffee and butter tea!
- No added chemicals, antibiotics, GMO’s or growth hormones.
Mt. Capra’s 100% Goat Milk Ghee (also known as clarified butter) starts as fresh goat milk harvested from our own grass-fed, pastured goats on our farm in the Pacific Northwest. It then passes through a cream separator which extracts the cream from the milk using no chemicals. The cream is then gently simmered for several hours while the remaining milk solids, protein, and lactose are removed leaving a pure goat milk butter oil.
WHAT IS GOAT MILK GHEE?
Mt. Capra’s Award-winning, 100% Goat Milk Ghee starts as fresh goat milk harvested from our own grass-fed, pastured goats on our farm in the Pacific Northwest. The cream from our goat milk is churned into butter and then gently simmered for several hours. During each small-batch simmer, the milk solids, protein, and lactose are removed from the butter leaving behind a pure clarified butter oil.
HOW SHOULD I STORE MY GHEE?
Ghee is completely shelf stable and needs no refrigeration. However everything lasts longer when stored at cool to cold temperatures so you can extend the shelf life of your ghee by storing in the refrigerator. Due to the high content of medium chain fatty acids (MCT’s), goat milk ghee may be semi-liquid at room temperature it will however quickly solidify in the fridge.
USING YOUR GHEE
Use a clean, dry utensil each time you remove ghee from the jar. While clarified butteris shelf stable it will quickly grow mold if bacteria or food particles are introduced into the bottle.
MY GHEE LOOKS DIFFERENT THIS TIME? WHAT’S UP?
Ghee is a natural food product and so natural variations from batch to batch should be considered normal. At this time we do not filter the ghee so sometimes small patches of darker brown solids will be seen at the bottom of the jar. This is totally normal