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which ghee is good? cow or buffalo? and which brand?

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Buffalo ghee has good taste and also helps in gaining weight but it doesn’t have much of nutritional value compared to cow ghee. Cow ghee has lots of nutritional value and also helps to reduce weight. In a nutshell cow ghee is better than buffalo ghee in terms of health.

If you want to purchase cow ghee online within:
₹500 to ₹600 Gowardhan ghee (best in class)
₹450 to ₹500 amul ghee, mother dairy and Nestle
₹400 to ₹450 Ananda gopaljee ghee (best cheapest ghee)

These are personally verified. If you want buffalo ghee. Vedaka buffalo ghee is also available in Amazon

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Nandini cow ghee is only available in Karnataka but its really good. Nearly indistinguishable from home-made ghee( prepared from Nandini milk itself). Priced at Rs 470/L.

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I would recommend go with desi cow ghee. Better if you get it from local farmers or local dairy so that it must be more authentic compare to buying ghee pockets from shops.

If you wont get it from local farmers then Buy it from below link. Personally I used it and recommending. I cost is comparatively high due authentic one.

https://www.gomataseva.org/Pure-Real-Co...ee

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Malai se nikalo Yaar ghee
no adulteration problem
Homemade is the best…

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It seems op been screwed now with so much suggestions
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First of all prefer always cow ghee, that too only Desi Cow referred as A2.

Now on techniques -
Ghee is made from many methods but the best way is Vedic Bliona Method with the same procedure as mentioned in vedas
next one is Bilona method with machines (not as per vedic method) in which they churn the curd to get makhhan and then make ghee from it
then comes cream separation, in which cream/malai is separated from milk and ghee is made. Mostly brands use this. They separate cream from full fat milk and then use cream to make ghee + use the leftover milk to sell as skimmed milk. No wastage at all so cost is cheaper.

Cost -
Desi Cow ghee made from Vedic Bilona method will cost in 1400-2500 range
Desi Cow Ghee from Normal Bilona Method will cost in 1000-2000 range
Desi Cow ghee from other methods will cost in 700+ range or lower depend on village
Normal cow ghee made from separating cream from full fat milk cost 400-500rs which brand like Amul, Mother Dairy, Ashirwad do sell

Cost is cheaper in industries as they sell byproduct like skimmed milk and buttermilk further so cost is divided. but local manufacturers may not able to sell those so cost get higher.

What i will suggest -
if budget is not the issue get arranged Desi Cow ghee made by vedic bilona method
or just buy A2 / desi cow ghee (prefer local made in villages)
Or at home churn the curd daily and collect makhhan and eat free buttermilk. But it can cost more if you don’t count buttermilk as product.

Last – you can also make ghee at home by separating cream daily from milk and drinking milk as normal.

other packaged ghee are okay but treat that as fat for cooking, without any real benefits and taste of ghee

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Mirror wrote:

First of all prefer always cow ghee, that too only Desi Cow referred as A2.

Now on techniques -
Ghee is made from many methods but the best way is Vedic Bliona Method with the same procedure as mentioned in vedas
next one is Bilona method with machines (not as per vedic method) in which they churn the curd to get makhhan and then make ghee from it
then comes cream separation, in which cream/malai is separated from milk and ghee is made. Mostly brands use this. They separate cream from full fat milk and then use cream to make ghee + use the leftover milk to sell as skimmed milk. No wastage at all so cost is cheaper.

Cost -
Desi Cow ghee made from Vedic Bilona method will cost in 1400-2500 range
Desi Cow Ghee from Normal Bilona Method will cost in 1000-2000 range
Desi Cow ghee from other methods will cost in 700+ range or lower depend on village
Normal cow ghee made from separating cream from full fat milk cost 400-500rs which brand like Amul, Mother Dairy, Ashirwad do sell

Cost is cheaper in industries as they sell byproduct like skimmed milk and buttermilk further so cost is divided. but local manufacturers may not able to sell those so cost get higher.

What i will suggest -
if budget is not the issue get arranged Desi Cow ghee made by vedic bilona method
or just buy A2 / desi cow ghee (prefer local made in villages)
you can also make ghee at home by separating cream daily from full fat buffalo milk

other packaged ghee are okay but treat that as fat for cooking, without any real benefits and taste of ghee

Nice explanation. Wasted 550 behind ashirvaad then sad

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insta wrote:

I see fresho organic (₹729) in bb is it same or bb organic is different?

Okay, My bad. Yes you are right it’s Fresho Organic Cow Ghee ( not BB organic cow ghee ) which I’ve used before and so far found to be the best. Made correction to previous post.

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ithehappy wrote:

Nice explanation. Wasted 550 behind ashirvaad then sad

In that range it is okay. As getting desi cow ghee is not easy in less than 700rs.

Actually even in desi cows there is hierarchy
Badri or Himalayan cow ghee is considered best because of eating mineral rich grass of that region
Then comes Gir cow ghee
3rd normal Desi breed like sahiwal

I did not mention it as it will confuse people more. So just Desi breed enough.

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Mirror wrote:

First of all prefer always cow ghee, that too only Desi Cow referred as A2.

Now on techniques -
Ghee is made from many methods but the best way is Vedic Bliona Method with the same procedure as mentioned in vedas
next one is Bilona method with machines (not as per vedic method) in which they churn the curd to get makhhan and then make ghee from it
then comes cream separation, in which cream/malai is separated from milk and ghee is made. Mostly brands use this. They separate cream from full fat milk and then use cream to make ghee + use the leftover milk to sell as skimmed milk. No wastage at all so cost is cheaper.

Cost -
Desi Cow ghee made from Vedic Bilona method will cost in 1400-2500 range
Desi Cow Ghee from Normal Bilona Method will cost in 1000-2000 range
Desi Cow ghee from other methods will cost in 700+ range or lower depend on village
Normal cow ghee made from separating cream from full fat milk cost 400-500rs which brand like Amul, Mother Dairy, Ashirwad do sell

Cost is cheaper in industries as they sell byproduct like skimmed milk and buttermilk further so cost is divided. but local manufacturers may not able to sell those so cost get higher.

What i will suggest -
if budget is not the issue get arranged Desi Cow ghee made by vedic bilona method
or just buy A2 / desi cow ghee (prefer local made in villages)
you can also make ghee at home by separating cream daily from full fat buffalo milk

other packaged ghee are okay but treat that as fat for cooking, without any real benefits and taste of ghee

Appreciate your efforts bro…..This is what I given reference link to buy desi cow ghee earlier in my post.

Literally I see many of them in villages buying milk pockets where the Milk factories buying milk from farmers in the same villages and converting into packets and selling in villages. Now same happening with Ghee also.

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saichand.sanka wrote:

I would recommend go with desi cow ghee. Better if you get it from local farmers or local dairy so that it must be more authentic compare to buying ghee pockets from shops.

If you wont get it from local farmers then Buy it from below link. Personally I used it and recommending. I cost is comparatively high due authentic one.

https://www.gomataseva.org/Pure-Real-Co...ee

mahanga matalab achha …ye kya baat hui

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Novizio wrote:

mahanga matalab achha …ye kya baat hui

Bhai aisa kisne kaha?
There are even expensive ghees at 2000 a kg, if expensive would have meant quality, people would have recommended them

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BeUnique wrote:

And what about patanjali ghee?

Patanjali ghee is best too..surprisingly no mentions here..but highly recommended

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Patanjali is better

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Other wise go for Amul no doubt

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Mother dairy cow ghee

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Cow

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Aashirwad Svasti

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DealLooter wrote:

As someone said go with the government diaries which produces milk (even if costly)

Vijaya , Heritage, Jersey, Nandini , Amul

Patanjali used to be very good earlier but not now.

Yet to try gowardhan , aashirvaad

Tried Goverdhan for many years and Patanjali too…both are good at aprox same price. Better than other brands which has creamy texture or artificial texture.

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sagar.im4u770 wrote:

Patanjali ghee is best too..surprisingly no mentions here..but highly recommended

yup I found it too.. better than what is being recommend by others.. If you did taste homemade ghee than you will find Patanjali and Goverdhan ghee very close to it.

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My grand uncle used to sell buffalo ghee and I grew up consuming it till 6 years ago. If you can find locally then go for it. It is healthy and none of us gained weight and became overweight as some dimer said. I only gained weight when swiggy started service in Guwahati 😅
Nowadays, I buy either Annapurna or Aashirvaad ghee as my mom think they’re less adulterated.

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androgame wrote:

Bhai aisa kisne kaha?
There are even expensive ghees at 2000 a kg, if expensive would have meant quality, people would have recommended them

There’s a brand of ghee in amazon that cost 2k and I bought one during sale day with coupons + cashback bug @ 1100. Its was one of the best.
Still on my wishlist… waiting for another bug 😉

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What about thie ghee available on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.in/dp/B07NHXBCRX/ref=cm_sw_r...

It says a2 desi cow ghee and price is just 920/kg which looks decent .Any reviews ?how is it possible to sell at this price compared to other ghee available more than 1500 /kg for desi cow ghee?

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Based on my experience, I would suggest Nandini Pure Cow’s Ghee. In case you don’t get it in your area, I would suggest Patanjali Cow’s Ghee.
If you know how to make ghee and have enough time to do it, I would suggest you to buy either Patanjali or Country Delight cow’s milk to make home made ghee.

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I am using Aashirvad Svasti Cow Ghee for last 15 days and its quality wise very good , Smooth Danedaar and very good aroma. I think Cow ghee is Best.

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sagar.im4u770 wrote:

Patanjali ghee is best too..surprisingly no mentions here..but highly recommended

Hmm will try. Heard even amul ghee is quite close to quality to patanjali

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tasted many ghee but found only Patanjali cow is the best and original

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manoj9026779 wrote:

tasted many ghee but found only Patanjali cow is the best and original

In 500rs range patanjali taste better of course, 2 others are aashirwad and govardhan.

But I don’t think it’s desi cow ghee. They also did not mention desi cow or A2 on it.

Eating ghee of foreign cow is useless

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Promoting own deal, haa .

already dimes have been credited on 20th may as per the hotness on tht day. now even if hotness increases there wont be anymore dimes and gold dimes from tht deal.

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