KTC ghee 1kg tesco 3 for £12
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KTC ghee 1kg tesco 3 for £12

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Found 21st May 2016
£6 each or 3 for £12 at tesco on offer. great to stock up
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Saw £3.50 for 1 in asda
Ethyl Butyrate, yummy!

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Is this healthier than oil?
anyone know which tesco
Stocking up for Ramadan? Not so sure if it's a healthy choice though.

Ethyl Butyrate, yummy!


Ethyl butyrate is pretty harmless. It will break down in the body to ethanol and butyric acid. KTC doesn't use EB whereas other brands use 0.01 for flavouring

Stocking up for Ramadan? Not so sure if it's a healthy choice though.


true...don't want to be pouring that down my throat after a looooong day without food.

Ethyl Butyrate, yummy!


There is a very tiny amount of this in the product (0.3% or so) . It is very common in virtually all butter, margarine, spreads. It prevents spoilage of the spread caused by the emergence free radicals. Forget ethyl buytate- it is Ghee itself you should be worried about- high in saturated fats and cholesterol. Give it a miss.
It was £3.85 in Tesco only 3 weeks ago, which incidentally is the price at Waitrose. Tesco rob dogs!
It's harmless, it just lines the inner workings of your body to lubricate it!

I know people that add this crap to everything they cook, 100% avoid. disease in a tin in my opinion.
the one on the picture is the small one , the post is about the bigger one
Ayurveda says Ghee is the best form of fat one can have (of course without the chemicals or flavourings added to it and within reasonable quantity ie. what your body normally burns up and utilises in a given time frame.) Spread in raw form over rotis/naan etc (Frying in ghee alters the chemical composition of ghee, thus not very beneficial - also not be resused for frying again in leftover) ..Lubricates your joints, facilitates food passage through the guts, and melts at body temperature. Whereas Oils (any oil) tend to gum up (notice the edges of the oil bottles) . So doesn't stick and clog up arteries. If anything, it helps flush away the build ups of calcium and oxidised cholesterol deposits.

Panchkarma has cured people with clogged arteries with "Ghee Therapy"

Do some reading, guys.(& dolls)
It's 2 Kg for £6 at Wolverhampton Asian supermarket
It's 2 Kg for £6 at Wolverhampton Asian supermarket
Chap in my local curry house told that that if I wanted to get fat quick then cook with this stuff....gives home made currys that authentic taste tho!

Ayurveda says Ghee is the best form of fat one can have (of course … Ayurveda says Ghee is the best form of fat one can have (of course without the chemicals or flavourings added to it and within reasonable quantity ie. what your body normally burns up and utilises in a given time frame.) Spread in raw form over rotis/naan etc (Frying in ghee alters the chemical composition of ghee, thus not very beneficial - also not be resused for frying again in leftover) ..Lubricates your joints, facilitates food passage through the guts, and melts at body temperature. Whereas Oils (any oil) tend to gum up (notice the edges of the oil bottles) . So doesn't stick and clog up arteries. If anything, it helps flush away the build ups of calcium and oxidised cholesterol deposits.Panchkarma has cured people with clogged arteries with "Ghee Therapy"Do some reading, guys.(& dolls)


You couldn't be more wrong abut this "melting away". All butters and spreads "melt away" at 37 degrees C. Also, Ghee is a causal effect if clogging up arteries. You need to look at the constituents of ghee- not its physical appearance. The components are high saturated fats and high cholesterol. These have excellent properties in sticking together and therefore are more able to form occlusions in arteries. These are just facts
Depending what you read, this stuff is either actually good for you or really bad...I can find nothing totally convincing either way!

...those skinny Hemsley bints on the telly cook with it a lot so maybe it's in line to be the next superfood X)

Depending what you read, this stuff is either actually good for you or … Depending what you read, this stuff is either actually good for you or really bad...I can find nothing totally convincing either way!...those skinny Hemsley bints on the telly cook with it a lot so maybe it's in line to be the next superfood X)



ITs all over the news today that eating fat is good for you. We have been conned by the processed food industry and Statin makers about the dangers of fat.

Besides, Someguy003, Cholesterol is produced in the Liver of the person and if there is shortfall, it starts making more. And has no relevance on the occurrence of Heart attacks. The liver produces Cholesterol to repair the inflamed arteries but the mainstream big pharma jumped on this that high cholesterol equates to heart disease. Its not a cause and effect. It is the effect of inflammation and stress that more cholesterol is produced by the liver to counteract this.

And thus (Ghee) it is good to lubricate and flush away gunk, which the oils do not (which also contain transfats and homocysteine).

We have been BADLY misled and conned by the big pharma, who have mad Billions form prescribing Statin drugs to millions, with serious side effects to boot.
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