We can’t recommend how much ghee should be consumed, since everyone’s needs are different. A qualified health care practitioner or nutritionist can help you decide the appropriate amount for your individual needs.
It is not necessary to refrigerate the jars. The ghee should be kept in a preferably dark and cool place. Use them by the “Best By Date” (about 9 months from the date of purchase) on the jar. Once opened, they can be stored for up to 3 months. Refrigerated it will last for up to a year.
Ghee is made from milk and hence it is a dairy-product. However, people who have dairy intolerance can generally consume ghee since ghee does not have casein (a type of milk protein) and lactose (milk sugar) which some people find difficult to digest.
The taste. Great quality ghee has a caramel taste from the gentle heating of the milk solids. It is a very powerful addictive taste! Ghee has a high cooking temperature of 482F! Also, many people are sensitive to dairy, through intolerance or allergy, and they find that ghee doesn’t trigger those.
Ghee is a pure fat (like coconut oil) that is derived from butter. The milk solids are removed through a gentle heating process. Ghee has a very high smoke point (482F), and can be used just like butter!