In general, the consistency of ghee depends on the ambient temperature in which it is stored. When kept in a kitchen cabinet, it will usually remain soft and when it is kept in a refrigerator, it will become hard. In the final stage of production, after being poured into jars, ghee will change from a liquid to a solid. Depending on the ambient temperature of it’s environment, this process may happen quickly or slowly. It is perfectly normal for ghee to be liquid, solid or a combination of consistencies. All of these factors depend on the rate of cooling and the temperature outside the jar.

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Ancient Organics Ghee is hands down the best ghee I’ve used, and as an Ayurvedic practitioner, I’ve had a lot of ghee. They use only the finest organic and slow-churned butter and they make their product with care and love. We’ve used other ghees to make our bars, but they simply can’t measure up, and our customers can tell!

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