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Unveiling the Pure Goodness of Ayanika Foods A2 Ghee: Your Guide to Authenticity

Aug 30, 2023

There are many who wonder how to tell if the A2 ghee in the jar is the real deal or not. Let’s set ourselves on this journey together, to discover the secrets of purity and authenticity when it comes to A2 ghee.  

How Do I Know If Ayanika Foods A2 Ghee is Pure? 

There are few simple cues to answer this question. Pure A2 ghee, has a beautiful yellow golden colour, like the ray of sunshine captured in a jar!  It should solidify easy when stored at room temperature, away from any source of heat. And here is a grandmother’s trick to test purity – if your ghee leaves no residue on your fingers after massaging it, you’re likely holding the purest form of goodness in your hands. We are Ayanika Foods are determined only to serve the tastiest, most aromatic but also 100% pure A2 ghee, straight farm to table, without any adulteration.  

What is A2 Quality Ghee?

When the quality of ghee is good, it is the cream of the crop, crafted from the milk of cows that naturally produce A2 beta-casein protein. This type of protein is believed to be easier on digestion for most of the human population, as compared to the American jersey cows. The A2 quality ensures that you're getting the essence of purity, free from the potentially troublesome A1 protein.

Producing Authentic A2 Ghee at Ayanika Foods

When it comes to check on authenticity, we at Ayanika Foods take it seriously. The process of bringing the purest form of A2 ghee farm to table, is a simple process but a meticulous one. The milk is collected from our freely grazing cows in the farm. 

Using the milk from cows known for their A2 beta-casein production, Ayanika Foods follows time-honoured techniques to create ghee that captures the essence of purity. This milk is then strained to remove any impurities, which is slow boiled and cultured to turn into curd. The curd is then churned, using traditional Ayurvedic method of Bilona (slow churning of the curd).  This process of crafting A2 ghee is a labour of love and tradition. 

The traditional Bilona method, separates buttermilk and butter. Then gently simmer the butter, removing milk solids and water, to yield a ghee that's both versatile and wholesome. This slow process ensures that the ghee retains its natural qualities and nutritional goodness.

Which A2 Desi Ghee is Best?

With a variety of options out there, it's natural to wonder which A2 desi ghee is the best. Ayanika Foods stands out not only for its commitment to tradition but also for its dedication to delivering the purest form of A2 ghee. Choosing a brand like Ayanika Foods means embracing a piece of heritage with every spoonful.

Is A2 Ghee Better Than Normal Ghee?

In our opinion, both A2 ghee and regular cultured ghee have their place in the culinary world. It all boils down to your personal preference and needs. 

According to Ayurveda, traditional Indian A2 Ghee is an ‘aushadhai’ – medicine to heal many ailments. The presence of A2 beta-casein protein, is  gentler option for those with sensitive tummies.  If you're looking for a ghee that harmonizes with your digestion, A2 ghee might be your go-to. 

Ayanika Foods A2 ghee, shines like a beacon of purity.  Trust your intuition and choose brands that hold transparency and tradition in high regard. With the golden essence of A2 ghee from Ayanika Foods, you're not just adding a flavourful touch to your meals – you're savouring a piece of tradition and nourishment.