How Bhumi Organic Natural Pure A2 Gir Cow Bilona Ghee is made
Bhumi Organic’s Natural Pure A2 Gir Cow Bilona Ghee is made using the traditional bilona method, which is a centuries-old method of making ghee from curdled milk. The process begins with sourcing pure, grass-fed A2 Gir cows from local farmers. These cows are known for their high-quality milk, which is rich in nutrients and has a distinct flavor.
Once the milk is collected, it is then curdled using natural enzymes or yogurt culture. The curdled milk is then placed in a handmade clay pot, also known as a “bilona,” and slowly heated over a low flame. As the milk cooks, the water and impurities are separated from the butterfat, which is then skimmed off and collected.
The butterfat is then heated again, this time over a higher flame, to remove any remaining impurities. As it heats, the butterfat begins to foam and the milk solids start to separate and settle at the bottom of the bilona. Once the milk solids have separated, the ghee is poured off and cooled.
The resulting ghee is pure, natural and has a rich, buttery flavor. It is also packed with nutrients such as vitamins A, D, E and K, as well as conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Bhumi Organic’s Natural Pure A2 Gir Cow Bilona Ghee is also free from any chemicals or preservatives, making it a perfect addition to cooking and Ayurvedic remedies.
In short, Bhumi Organic Natural Pure A2 Gir Cow Bilona Ghee is made from pure, grass-fed A2 Gir cows milk, curdled using natural enzymes or yogurt culture, and then heated in a handmade clay pot or bilona over a low flame until all the impurities are removed and the milk solids separate from the butterfat, resulting in a pure, natural, and rich ghee with a distinct buttery flavor and packed with essential nutrients.