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ghee

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A clarified butter in India made from cow or buffalo milk that has been coagulated before churning; used as an emollient, a dressing for wounds, and a food.
[Eng. spelling of Hind. ghi]

ghee

Ayurvedic medicine
The primary ingredient of many ayurvedic home remedies, prepared by boiling unsalted butter and discarding strained cholesterol-rich curds.
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In the next phase we conducted chemical treatment and in the final step ' Multani Mitti' was applied to remove all the moisture from the wall." The ASI was successful in removing ghee from about 13- 15 per cent of the temple's wall area, getting two buckets from just the Akhand Jyot area of the temple's sanctum sanctorum.
We examined the effect of feeding cow ghee versus soybean oil on DMBA induced mammary carcinogenesis and on the expression on COX-2 and PPAR-[gamma] genes.
ON TARGET Neil Casey was among the Longford scorers WHAT A RESULT Gareth Ghee bagged 1-14 on the day
Flour: 3 cups; Solidified ghee: 1 cup; Ice cubes: 3-4; Water: 4 cups; Milk: 1/2 cup; Food colour (yellow): 1/4 tsp; Ghee: 1 kg
Keeping in view low demand, some manufacturers have already introduced half kg/litre ghee and cooking oil pouches while others are also seriously looking to follow the suit.
Following the drive of collecting 267 samples of cooking oil and ghee for laboratory test, the PFA released the results of sample collection of edible ghee and cooking oil.
The authorities will on total offer a subsidy of Rs200 million on cooking oil, Rs50 million on gram pulse, Rs22.50 million on dates and Rs450 million on ghee.
The provincial government has no procedure to check sale of such inferior quality ghee in markets, Bilour continued.
In another proposal, the FBR suggested increasing excise duty on the import of edible oil, vegetable ghee and cooking oil from 15% to 20% for the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata).
08 ( ANI ): Well, these days, ghee is vaporising from our plates, as we are becoming more health conscious and choosing to stay away from fattening foods.
In sub-Saharan Africa, women in smallholder dairy operations carry a disproportionate labor burden, especially in making traditional fermented milk products like ghee. There is a clear need to improve the production processes, not only to decrease the labor burden, but also to increase quantity and enhance quality.
With the goal of providing food security to their constituents, the program comprises of a special package of subsidized flour and ghee worth a total of Rs 7 billion for the 5 million people living below the poverty line in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.