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

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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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Xhaster wrote:

Patanjali is too close with home made ghee, u can even smell it to feel it sunglasses

Tried once long back. Disliked the taste. Did not smell like home made ghee. Nandini ghee is the closest to home made ghee compared to other brands. Ofcourse, home made ghee is better than outside one whether cow or buffalo.

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Seeing all replies ..one thing is evident
Buy from local mafacturer in your state.
Looks like same brand in other than home state are not following same quality metrics.
If in AP, go with kamadhenu
If in north states, Amul / Patanjali
If in south states, Nandini / Avin

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Make your own; it’s very easy and you’ll get organic homemade ghee!
We make our own ghee from Amul Gold (milk that I believe is a buffalo milk) and I haven’t found any ghee in the market that has the same ‘taste’.
As someone said above, buffalo milk and subsequently it’s ghee has more protein and fat so helps if you seek weight gain. Also buffalo milk ghee is a bit thicker than the cow’s.

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I always prefer homemade ghee because it contains love and emotions of mother

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Ghee made after pasteurisation and fermentation of cream is good i.e cream on curd is good but as per my knowledge no company do like this process

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If you want fat then buffalo not easy to digest but cow ghee is better

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Cow Ghee is always best for all more Benificially for kids it’s help for developing in mind

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Ashirwad Swasti from ITC is MUCH better than Amul.

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Better to eat Desi Ghee (homemade) rather than packaged ones as none of the retail sold ones will be 100% pure and companies add additives like Vegetable oil/Dalda and other similar stuff for profiteering.

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deshi ghee khana h to ghar me malai nikalo or self banao
best only best muscle

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Cow Ghee is more nutritious and better. Buy ghee of good brand and that is manufactured where there are only Desi cows. Like the cows with a hump (Gir cows)…so prefer ghee from Gujarat, Rajasthan or other places where they get it from desi cows. Not from mumbai or delhi where u get to see jersey cows , such ghee isnt good.

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How is Dairylac brand
They are offering A2 Desi Cow Ghee at just Rs. 625/ltr and Rs. 1240/2 ltr.
Free delivery

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I have tried Sheer cow ghee-brand owned by Dharampal Satyapal group and the quality is very good..

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Gowardhan cow ghee..

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I find Mother Dairy Cow Ghee which is normally available on Amazon for my location, best in taste and texture. Usually is < 400 /ltr with cashbacks and offers. Another good and cheap cow ghee is D-Mart’s own Premia brand. It is not as good as mother dairy in texture(usually its more liquid at room temperature) but Aroma is good and is also usually < 400. Fresho Ghee from BigBasket is also good but usually expensive.

Avoid Grofer’s own brand ghee. I tried all the variants (mother’s choice and farm fresh), mostly its crap.

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haste wrote:

I find Mother Dairy Cow Ghee which is normally available on Amazon for my location, best in taste and texture. Usually is < 400 /ltr with cashbacks and offers. Another good and cheap cow ghee is D-Mart’s own Premia brand. It is not as good as mother dairy in texture(usually its more liquid at room temperature) but Aroma is good and is also usually < 400. Fresho Ghee from BigBasket is also good but usually expensive.

Avoid Grofer’s own brand ghee. I tried all the variants (mother’s choice and farm fresh), mostly its crap.

Nice info

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haste wrote:

I find Mother Dairy Cow Ghee which is normally available on Amazon for my location, best in taste and texture. Usually is < 400 /ltr with cashbacks and offers. Another good and cheap cow ghee is D-Mart’s own Premia brand. It is not as good as mother dairy in texture(usually its more liquid at room temperature) but Aroma is good and is also usually < 400. Fresho Ghee from BigBasket is also good but usually expensive.

Avoid Grofer’s own brand ghee. I tried all the variants (mother’s choice and farm fresh), mostly its crap.

Nope. Actually Grofers mother’s choice is very good compare to Amul and other

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shivanshu.k507 wrote:

Nope. Actually Grofers mother’s choice is very good compare to Amul and other

Not sure. For me mother’s choice cow ghee had good texture but Aroma was lacking. Maybe they’re sourcing it from different dairies in different batches/regions.

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i am using milkfood from last 8+ years its good and its from punjab

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problem is with milk no gaushala in delhi like city (nearby my location) and no a2 cow milk had to rely on amul mother dairy

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ManojSingla wrote:

How is Dairylac brand
They are offering A2 Desi Cow Ghee at just Rs. 625/ltr and Rs. 1240/2 ltr.
Free delivery

A2 ghee doesn’t make sense. Ghee ideally does not contain casein or if it is there its in very miniscule amounts. Casein is the stuff which differentiates A1 or A2 in milk.
Even A1 or A2 milk is still debated whether it actually has any benefit or not as there is no conclusive evidence. But taking it to Ghee is just next level of marketing in my opinion.

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both are good..
as far as brand is concerned, i never trust any of them

ghar jaisaa koi nai

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haste wrote:

Avoid Grofer’s own brand ghee. I tried all the variants (mother’s choice and farm fresh), mostly its crap.

Grofer own happy brand use to be very good when made by jk diaries. But recently they changed manufacturers to some bharat agro and quality has degraded.

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Cow ghee is healthy, Amul ghee is good from market based brands…but A2 ghee is better if price is not an issue

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Sanesa Open Range Pahari Desi Cow Ghee 2k/ltr
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