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SalemMango: Pure Buffalo Ghee and Pure Cow Ghee Review


At a Glance:

salemmango.com is well known for its mango supply. It's an online company which supply naturally ripend, chemical-free, hand picked mangoes directly to their customers through online order. Besides mangoes the company also supply some organic products like sugar, jaggery,  dairy, honey etc. The company delivers accross India within 5-7 business days and free delivery across Tamil Nadu.

An introduction to SalemMango Pure Buffalo Ghee & Pure Cow Ghee:

● SalemMango Pure Buffalo Ghee & Pure Cow Ghee are prepared using traditional methods by the villagers without using any machineries or adultrate.

● SalemMango ghee are made with 100% organic butter acquired from grass fed buffalos and cows.

● The cost of Pure Buffalo Ghee is Rs. 250 (per 250 gms). But the company Is offering  Rs. 189 (per 250 gms).

MY REVIEW:

Ghee is used as a cooking medium in India since time immemorial. Pure cow ghee is used in Havan ( Homa) , as it is the important ingredient of havan. I started using SalemMango Ghee and very much satisfied.  If you have not used SalemMango Ghee,  here Is the review:

■ It has a great taste of desi Indian ghee & actually pure in form.

■ It has a great aroma which is also distinctive after cooking.

■ It's cost is very affordable and justified.

■ Pure Cow Ghee is good to use in Havan or Homa.

If you are thinking of buying SalemMango Pure Buffalo Ghee and Pure Cow Ghee
Click:
SalemMango Pure Ghee
                

Comments

  1. interesting! i would love to buy buffalo ghee from there thanks for sharing the info!

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  2. I love ghee! Have never tried buffalo Ghee though! Will have to give it a try! Thanks!

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  3. This post came around the right time, when I was due for my holiday grocery shopping :) adding buffalo ghee to my "pick-up" list for its traditional development methods..do share more posts with organic recommendations :)

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  4. Buffalo ghee sounds great, I want to try it now!

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  5. This looks great I would love to try the buffalo ghee..thanks for sharing

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  6. Mangoes are my favourite! But I don't like them in any dish. I prefer to eat the soft juicy ripe mango on it's own! I wish that company delivered here in the United Kingdom!

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    1. Happy to hear your love towards Mango , Sure we will help you.

      Regards
      Salemmango.com

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  7. I absolutely love Ghee But is very hard to find here in Maryland.

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  11. Nowadays, people are more concern about their healthy life. For this, they prefer everything naturally including the basic needs. So, we can use Chekku Ennai in Chennai for the strong and the healthy life.

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  13. cow gheeWeight Loss - The butyric acid which helps in digestion also helps to burn stubborn body fat thereby enhancing metabolism.

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  14. Traditionally, south India was known for using cold pressed oil. Bullocks were led around the 'chekku oil', turning the wooden crusher to extract oil.

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  16. Improves Digestion -pure ghee is known to be one the most easily digestible dairy fat. It helps in proper digestion.

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  17. Gingelly oil is another name for sesame oil. It's also known as til marachekku oil near me . It's commonly used in cooking, just like vegetable oil and olive oil.Cold Pressed Sesame Oil can be called as beauty chekku oil in english. Health benefits, body strength and skin and hair could be made better by this oil.Using chekku oil bangalore. can be strange to some people, but ancient times have shown that oils are highly beneficial for humans.

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  18. Improves Digestion -pure ghee is known to be one the most easily digestible dairy fat. It helps in proper digestion.Good sesame oil in tamil has a strong smell when it is opened. The color should be bright brown or gold.groundnut oil benefits is high in unsaturated fats, especially monounsaturated fat, like the one found in olive oil.

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  19. Peanuts, peanut butter, and groundnut oil are filled with heart-healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.

    cold pressed coconut oil is considered to be one of the most versatile natural oils today.

    The castor oil with price castor seed, or bean, is the source of numerous economically important products as one of the world's most important industrial oils.

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