What is Desi Vedic A2 Gir Cow Ghee?
Ghee is the yummiest stable food we eat since our childhood. Our grandmother and mother used to add ghee in probably most of the Indian cuisine they can. Do you think Vedic a2 gir cow ghee is something new related to cow? Do you wonder what Vedic A2 gir cow ghee is? Let’s understand it. Desi Ghee is a food every household in India has. Desi ghee can be made from cow milk, buffalo milk, sheep milk, goat milk, camel milk etc. But the purest form of cow ghee is meant to be made from A2 cow milk. A2 cow ghee is made from A2 gir cow milk. Milk contains two major groups of protein- 1. Caseins and 2. Whey protein.
A2 milk contains the A2 type of Beta-casein protein. A1 milk contains the A1 type of Beta-casein protein. Indian native cow breed which is also known as ‘Desi breed’ are a source of A2 milk type. In India there are 40 certified indigenous breed cows, out of which few breeds have a good milking capacity. These few breeds are kankrej from North Gujarat, Gir from Saurashtra, Sahiwal and Red Sindhi from Punjab and Tharaparkar from Rajasthan are breeds having average milking capacity of 8-10 liters per day. For making Amrutam A2 ghee by Mukhia, A2 gir milk is provided by Kankrej and Gir cow by dairy farmers locally to our area and A2 milk is processed to make ghee at our state-of-the-art facility. We ensure optimum and humane care of cows and ensure compliance by frequent external farm visits to monitor animal care.