Here's a great video if you want to learn how to make your own ghee at home. The great thing about ghee is that it's tolerated by nearly everyone. Even those with dairy allergies to lactose or casein can often tolerate ghee without negative reactions. But even without the lactose and casein, ghee still contains the same important vitamins and minerals that butter does. That makes ghee one of the most important fats to use if you're on the GAPS diet, especially if you can't tolerate butter yet.
Can't make your own ghee? Check out my resources page for a great source of grass-fed ghee!
How to Make Ghee at Home
by Ann Marie Michaels
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