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Organic Ghee Convert x4

Organic Ghee Convert x4

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This Australian Organic  ghee made from the butter of grassfed cows is one of the purest ghee’s available in Australia today.  Not 'just clarified butter' OMGhee is made by simmering the butter slowly for seven hours so we can guarantee that its fatty acid profile has transformed into a healthy fat, (like an avocado, or coconut oil). 

Ghee is made for cooking and full of the good stuff. Consider it your lactose free high heat cooking butter.

In natural medicine ghee is used to lower inflammation, boost immunity, and increase the bioavailablity of the food you eat. It decreased bad cholesterol. Rich in Vitamins E, A, and antioxidants, it’s gentle and healing for the gut because it’s high in Butyrate.

Ghee is the buttery goodness you love – without the guilt. 😉

No Nasties - Free from Lactose, Caesin, Whey, Gluten or GMO's 

What does it taste like?  A little like shortbread, or if you're a 5 yo "the bottom of the cornflake crackle".

How to Use:  Simply swap your butter for ghee in any your recipes at a ratio of 1-1 and enjoy the benefits of this healthier alternative.

Suggested Serving size: 15g

Storage: Store at room temperature in a cool dark place and use within 3 months of opening. Keep clean and always use a fresh clean spoon. There is no need to refrigerate – sit it on your kitchen bench next to your other oils. To extend the shelf life of the ghee you may refrigerate it between uses.

Why OMGhee

Small Batch, Organic Grass fed Ghee

The most luxurious and purest ghee in Australia, OMGhee is hand crafted using quality single source South Australian organic, grass fed butter, and infused with love, joy and intention.

Its warm, toasty, caramelised taste is guaranteed to make you go OMG!

Available in 275 ml

Suggested Serving size 15g


100% Pure Australian Organic, Grass Fed Butter is the single ingredient in our Organic Grassfed OMGhee.

We do not add anything, we take things out.  What?  All the milk solids - they lactose, caesin and whey.

The removal of these milk solids is the reason why most people with dairy intolerances ingest ghee easily without any negative side effects.

OMGhee has no nasties - No GMOs, no lactose and gluten free.

Nutrition Information
Servings per packaging: 18
Serving Size: 15ml


Ave. Quantity Per serving Per 100ml
Energy 555kJ 3700kJ
Protein 0.0g 0.0g
Fat Total 15.0g 100.0g
– Saturated 9.8g 65.2g
Carbohydrate 0.0g 0.0g
– Sugars 0.0g 0.0g
Sodium 0.0mg 0.0mg


Shelf stable, refrigeration not required. Store in a cool dark place. Use a clean, dry spoon when serving.

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  • What is ghee?

    Ghee is butter taken through a process to eliminate all moisture and milk solids creating a lactose free, long shelf-life butter alternative.  It has a high smoking point and many health benefits. Used traditionally in Ayurveda (natural medicine originally from India) it is a staple food in many households across the world especially in South Asia.

  • How is ghee made?

    Ghee is made by simmering butter slowing for a very long time until all the moisture is removed and the milk solids separate. It is then filtered a number of times to ensure that all the milk solids are removed. 

    Additionally at OMGhee, we follow the ancient traditions, treating the cook as sacred, which includes in broad terms blessing the ghee, cooking with gratitude and other invisible practices that only become tangible in the taste and medicinal effect on the body. We like to keep it simple and say it is infused with #joy #love and #intention

  • What is ghee made from?

    Butter is the only ingredient in ghee so quality is determined by the quality of the butter and the intention of the cook. We all know a homemade meal cooked with a mothers love is better than store bought – intention matters!

    • OMGhee is made with 100% biodynamic, organic, grass fed butter from cows kissed by the moon and mollycoddled in the field. Don’t believe us – our supplier is Paris Creek Farms you can find more about them and their farming practices here.


What are the health benefits of Ghee?

Glad you asked!  There are so many of them we wrote an article on our blog –Health Benefits of Ghee. Our Top 10

How do I store my Ghee?

Ghee lasts indefinitely when stored in a cool dark pantry, but don’t worry too much about its shelf life.You’ll love our ghee so much that only one thing will keep your mind occupied – ordering more! Here’s a tip for preserving your ghee: seal the lid between uses and use a clean dry knife. Keep the knife that’s been inside the Vegemite jar away! In the event of a ghee-mergency (vegemite contamination or soft ghee), eat it quickly or store it in the fridge where it will be safe from moisture intrusion and will harden nicely for you!

What is the smoking point of Ghee?

Unlike vegetable and olive oils which become oxidised at high levels and create damaging free radicals, the smoke point of OMGhee is a whopping 425 degrees so is safe to cook with at high levels.   It is especially amazing to cook eggs and steak in. Yummmmm!

Can I bake with my Ghee?

Yes, use it as a butter replacement in all your recipes as it is a healthier option.  Simply sway out butter for ghee at a ratio of one to one. 

Is Ghee considered dairy?

Technically yes as its sole ingredient is butter.  However, the cooking process removes the all the milk sugars (lactose) and (casein) so is suitable for those who are lactose intolerant and makes a great butter substitute.

Can I have Ghee with a dairy intolerance?

It is reported that people with dairy intolerances seem to tolerate ghee quite well. The reason being is because all the milk solids – including the lactose and casein – are removed. Also the fatty acid chains in ghee are different than butter, more closely resembling the cell membranes of your body. Try testing it in a very small quantity and if you tolerate that, take a bit more, until you either get a reaction or know that you tolerate it. Ultimately you know your body best.

Why is the Ghee grainy sometimes and other times smooth?

Ghee contains different fatty acids all with different melting points. For this reason, you may find that your ghee is grainy, crystallized, smooth, waxy, liquid, or a combination of various textures. This is caused by the melting and crystallization of the fats depending on the temperature and conditions during production, storage and/or transit.

While the texture may change, there is no effect on the taste, quality or shelf-life.

When you melt the ghee graininess disappears or if you’re like us and like to be able to spread it and it has become too soft, simply pop it in the fridge for a bit.