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  5. Shu Han Lee
    Shu Han Lee at |

    yup it’s made from milk from the cows from the normandy region of france which is pretty much all grasfed (: but yup stick to kerrygold if you can find it cheap anyway! (:

  6. Shu Han Lee
    Shu Han Lee at |

    Hi there! Great job! I did this last year too, but liek you, can’t manage to separate out the white milk solids properly, so it didn’t keep as long as I would like ): I can get kerrygold butter in london for just a bit over a pound for a block, so it’s very cheap 😉 Some brands I’ve researched to be grassfed are lurpak, anchor, president, and yeo valley so maybe you could try them out? (funnily, kerrygold’s the cheapest of them all so I just get kerrygold)

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      Thanks for the info! I knew Anchor brand when I was in Indo before, but I think over here KG is actually cheaper and more widely available. Is President also grass fed? I used to buy their cheese spread – so good but too bad too much chemical stuff in there so I stop buying it.

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  8. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
    Kath (My Funny Little Life) at |

    Great job, Jos! 😀

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      Thanks! 😀

  9. Pupcake
    Pupcake at |

    I’ve made ghee with salted and unsalted and honestly, the only difference I ever find is that the white milk/whey solids carry the salt with them. (Then they’re too salty to eat, haha!)

    1. Jos
      Jos at |

      Cool! Thanks for the info!

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