Sacred Ghee and Why the Cook is Sacred

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Our sacred ghee is created with a sacred cooking process

Quality matters when it comes to ghee, and we are passionate about the intentional transference of love and joy into our ghee.  Every spoonful of ghee will become a cell of the person enjoying it. This is why we insist we make a sacred ghee.

We believe there is an energetic exhange between the persons who makes the food and the person who eats it – you!

How do you make a sacred ghee?

By the way you cook it of course 🙂

We treat the cook as a sacred activity to produce a sacred ghee.

We know it all sounds a little ookey gookey at first, but think about it.

As an explaination, in simple terms, we all know that our grandmas or mothers cooking is the best.  You can go to a restaurant and order your favourite meal.  The chef can use the same ingredients and the same recipe. Yet, it will taste different.

My grandmother wasn’t the best of cooks, but quite often I dream of her lasagne with the burnt crispy edges or her mayonnaise made from sweetened condensed milk.  It wasn’t the lasagne or mayonnaise that was special, it was her secret ingredient – her Love.  I can definietly say her cook was sacred.

Food has the ability to move us. 

Each and every thing we put into our mouths eventually becomes a living part of you – a cell. a bone, a muscle.  There is an energetic exchange between the making and the eating, so why wouldn’t you want to make sure it’s lovingly made in a way that adds to your wellbeing.

Some mediate – I cook OMGhee.

Sacred Ghee.

Ghee that will elevate you on your wellness journey and make every dish gheelish.

Every spoonful of OMGhee has been deliberately created to bring love and healthy joy into your cells.

If you found this article interesting, jump over to Our Story and discover how we ‘stumbled’ upon ghee and how it became our ‘great pause’.

How to Cook Ghee Rice

Delicious ghee rice made with lashings of coriander and Indian black salt.

Ghee Rice

Course: DinnerCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy


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Ghee, Rice, and Coriander. Simple. One of the easiest and tastiest ways to experience ghee is on plain basmati rice. This recipe calls for dashings of coriander and Indian black salt for additional health benefits. This ghee rice recipe is quick, easy, and a great recipe to pull out when you can’t be bothered cooking.


  • 1/2 Cup Basmati Rice

  • 2 tbs OMGhee

  • 1 Cup Chopped Fresh Coriander

  • Indian Black Salt

  • Squeeze of Lemon Juice per Serve

  • #1 Cup of Joy


  • Wash your rice 4 times until the water changes to be clear in colour. Then allow the rice to soak in clean filtered water for 10 mins.

  • Drain your rice and place it in a saucepan. Add boiling water to 1cm above the rice line. Turn the heat to high, place the lid on the saucepan and boil for one minute or until froth appears.

  • Turn off the heat, leave the lid on and wait. It will be ready in 10 mins. Do not remove the lid.

  • While waiting for your rice, cut the coriander finely.

  • Take the rice off the stove, stir through the coriander and add dollops of OMGhee.

  • Serve into individual portions and squeeze lemon liberally over each serve and season with black salt.

  • Serve into individual portions and squeeze lemon liberally over each serve and season with black salt.

Fun Fact

  • Black salt isn’t really that black and it stinks of sulfur. Don’t let this put you off though. Like parmesan cheese, it tastes different than how it smells. It adds a very distinct flavour profile to the dish without it becoming – salty. Black salt is only ever used for enhancing dishes after they have been made. It is not suited to be added to dishes during the cooking process.

Enjoy this gheelicious ghee rice recipe! Find more OMGhee recipes here!