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East End Pure Butter Ghee 1kg for £6.75 @ ASDA Online and Instore
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trevcjohnson13/01/2019 17:43

Thanks I know that any particular type of food?


Eat it straight from the can. With a big spoon. Like Nutella.

Probably....
trevcjohnson13/01/2019 17:36

What do you use ghee for?


To clog up your arteries
Edited by: "majortom" 13th Jan
It does not clog up your arteries it oils your bones and joints very good if eaten appropriately
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Is probably national - I picked up some this evening too in West London.
yes it's national
Never heard of this but I do know a couple of East End geezers?
What do you use ghee for?
nokhaz13/01/2019 17:39

cooking...


Thanks I know that any particular type of food?
Ghee is a class of clarified butter that originated in India. It is commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine and cuisine of the Indian subcontinent, traditional medicine, and religious rituals.
trevcjohnson13/01/2019 17:43

Thanks I know that any particular type of food?


Eat it straight from the can. With a big spoon. Like Nutella.

Probably....
It's smelly ghee never buy it.
Kenneth13117 h, 23 m ago

Making chapatis


Making pratha, chicken / lamb Karahi, desi sweets and so many other things
Edited by: "nokhaz" 14th Jan
Pink.Dodia13th Jan

It's smelly ghee never buy it.


Pretty much all desi ghee are same
trevcjohnson13/01/2019 17:36

What do you use ghee for?


To clog up your arteries
Edited by: "majortom" 13th Jan
Use it to make curry
It does not clog up your arteries it oils your bones and joints very good if eaten appropriately
It's good price but I personally prefer KTC over this brand.
Heat added for the tempting price though
Anyone noticed the jump in prices for ghee , it's massive. Ktc 2kg was £7-9 now it's £16, £13 on offer which is unheard of. East end was £6 or 2 for £8 I think the supermarkets bumped them up on purpose maybe they are getting their own brand out soon.
majortom13/01/2019 18:19

To clog up your arteries


I read somewhere it's healthy fats etc in moderation obviously
Ghee Benefits: Are They Better Than Butter? ... Ghee is full of fat-soluble vitamins and healthy fatty acids, and ghee benefits can range from building stronger bones to enhancing weight loss.

I love google .
MR112316 m ago

I read somewhere it's healthy fats etc in moderation obviously


Better than everything else out there. Look after the second brain The GUT.
trevcjohnson1 h, 50 m ago

What do you use ghee for?


Cooking indian food. It's butter without the salt.
Ghee is clarified butter. So butter with the milk solids and water removed. This means it can be used for high temperature cooking without burning.
MR11231 h, 29 m ago

Anyone noticed the jump in prices for ghee , it's massive. Ktc 2kg was …Anyone noticed the jump in prices for ghee , it's massive. Ktc 2kg was £7-9 now it's £16, £13 on offer which is unheard of. East end was £6 or 2 for £8 I think the supermarkets bumped them up on purpose maybe they are getting their own brand out soon.



Hasn't been that price for years. Its not supermarkets who bump up the price. Try going to an Indian cash and carry for it- they charge £18 for the 2kg so actually it is cheaper (as are most things) in supermarkets. Another example would be the 10kg bags of chapatti flour - circa £5 at supermarkets and £8-£9 in the cash and carry shops.
trevcjohnson2 h, 34 m ago

Thanks I know that any particular type of food?


Its actually a healthy way to cook food.. U can use it as a replacement for cooking oil..(like. Some. Ppl. Do. With oilive. Or. Coconut oil)
Gollywood2 h, 40 m ago

Eat it straight from the can. With a big spoon. Like Nutella.Probably....


Yuk
majortom2 h, 43 m ago

To clog up your arteries


It's more soluble in body than other fats.
Isn't that American programme called Ghee??? 😃😃😃😃
trevcjohnson3 h, 53 m ago

What do you use ghee for?


It's clarified butter... basically bitter that has been heated up and has all the impurities removed from it.
Edited by: "Typing...." 13th Jan
trevcjohnson4 h, 14 m ago

What do you use ghee for?


everything you can use cooking oil to cook or fry. its a healthier replacement. smells well and taste well
Pink.Dodia13/01/2019 18:03

It's smelly ghee never buy it.


Almost all Indians I know, do not use this ghee. It does not have authentic taste of ghee at all.They prefer to make from unsalted butter.
bbleo21118014/01/2019 00:00

Almost all Indians I know, do not use this ghee. It does not have …Almost all Indians I know, do not use this ghee. It does not have authentic taste of ghee at all.They prefer to make from unsalted butter.


Do u know how they do that plz
My friend uses lurpak butter and makes ghee do t know how though
Nishesh7 h, 1 m ago

It does not clog up your arteries it oils your bones and joints very good …It does not clog up your arteries it oils your bones and joints very good if eaten appropriately


Excellent sarcasm
The amount of 'health experts' on this site who always claiming that fatty dairy products are good for you because they "read it online somewhere" is astonishing.
JejoAma14/01/2019 00:58

Do u know how they do that plzMy friend uses lurpak butter and makes ghee …Do u know how they do that plzMy friend uses lurpak butter and makes ghee do t know how though


We use Anchor unsalted butter. Put in on slow/medium heat until it turns gold clear liquid like oil. Ensure to stir the mix in between time otherwise it will burn. Wait until it cools down then sieve through to remove any leftover particles.
Edited by: "bbleo211180" 14th Jan
bbleo21118014th Jan

We use Anchor unsalted butter. Put in on slow/medium heat until it turns …We use Anchor unsalted butter. Put in on slow/medium heat until it turns gold clear liquid like oil. Ensure to stir the mix in between time otherwise it will burn. Wait until it cools down then sieve through to remove any leftover particles.


Thanks apparently my friends mum has dried wood from a tree (branches) back home she burns it and makes the smoke of this burning wood onto a pan she repeats the process until she has a smokey pan then she puts the butter cubes in at slow heat until it melts
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