Now you can introduce a lovely grass fed, 100% Goat Milk Ghee from Mt. Capra's farm in the Pacific Northwest to your kitchen!
Our Mt. Capra Goat Milk Ghee starts as fresh milk harvested from grass-fed, pastured goats. It then passes through a cream separator, which extracts the cream from the milk using no chemicals. Next, the cream is gently simmered for several hours while the remaining milk solids, protein and lactose are removed — leaving a pure goat milk butter oil.
This ghee has a smoke point (485 degrees Fahrenheit) and is completely shelf stable. And there are absolutely no added chemicals, antibiotics, GMOs or growth hormones.
Cooking with goat milk ghee
With origins in India, this type of butter is precious, as goat's milk has less cream on the top than cow's milk, and a goat only gives a few quarts of milk a day.*
In the U.S., people love goat milk ghee for its beneficial fatty acids* in power teas and smoothies. Its slightly nutty, buttery flavor provides a lighter texture for fresh recipes. Many people use it like they would use coconut or olive oil.
Here are a few quick tips about your bottle:
Extend the shelf life of your ghee by storing in the refrigerator.
Due to the content of medium chain fatty acids (MCTs), goat milk ghee may be semi-liquid at room temperature.
This is a natural food product and may exhibit slight color, taste and density variations from batch to batch.
Health benefits of the great goat ghee:
Not only is goat milk ghee rich and delicious, it comes with an array of health benefits:
The good stuff: Goat milk has essential minerals, vitamins and calcium.*
CLA: Ghee contains conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), a type of fat that supports heart health·*
MCTs: It also has medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), a unique type of saturated fatty acid that supports cognitive function and weight management.*
Easier to digest: In structure, goat milk has smaller fat globules, lesser lactose content and fewer allergenic proteins than cow's milk and is therefore, easier to digest by some.*