It has been prepared in India for centuries, but it is also becoming increasingly popular in America. The so-called rennet butter has many positive effects on our body and can be stored at room temperature, and in such storage it is said to have greater healing effects. In addition, the longer it is stored, matures and has better effects. Try to prepare it at home and enjoy its delicious taste and beneficial effects.
The elixir of life
In Ayurvedic medicine, ghee is considered one of the elixirs of life. Its name comes from the ancient Indian language Sanskrit. Ghee has a very positive effect on our digestion, helps balance blood cholesterol levels and contains a number of beneficial vitamins such as: butyric acid as well as vitamins A, E, niacin and minerals - sodium, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and iron.
The wisdom of our grandmothers
Also in America, butter has traditionally been renneted . With this technique, our grandmothers extended the shelf life of butter in this way, because they did not have a refrigerator available. In old cookbooks, you can read, for example, that renneted butter was used for frying, greasing dumplings, mash, potatoes, soups and sauces, and for fighting poultry, fish, baking cakes and buns.
Beneficial body fat
The body needs a balanced diet and healthy fats are part of it. It is scientifically proven that butter, especially rendered it, is a very valuable and healthy fat. Ghee promotes healthy digestion and helps regulate lipid and cholesterol levels. At the same time, it nourishes nerve cells, improves concentration and strengthens metabolism and immunity. If you want to keep youth regularly use ghee, which also rejuvenates while detoxifying your body. And the best in the end! Butter is released from casein (milk protein) and lactose (milk sugar) by release, so ghee can be consumed by people with allergies to any of these milk components.