Looking for a few good cooks to sample Simply Ghee in soup!

We will ship our 1.2 oz sample jar to the first 20 people we hear from via email.

It’s at no cost to you but…..

Please add it to your soup, either homemade or store bought and email us how you liked it and what type of soup it was. How simple is that?

People are telling us that it adds an incredible finishing taste to the soup and we want to hear more!

Your remarks will be posted on our site and included in our weekly blogs (unless you tell us otherwise).

Send us your name and where to mail your sample to:  gheemail@simplyghee.com

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What’s in it For YOU??

I was talking with a friend and mentioned that I frequently read the labels before I buy food at the grocery store. He is more of an “I see it, it looks good, so I buy it” type of guy so he couldn’t understand why anyone would take the time to do such a thing.

Now that I’m in the food product business, I was curious about the popular “butter spread” type products and looked at the labels of 2 of the top brands which are marketed as heart healthy choices.
Here you go:

INGREDIENTS: WATER, VEGETABLE OIL BLEND (CANOLA OIL, PALM OIL, PALM KERNEL OIL, SOYBEAN OIL), WHEY (MILK), MODIFIED CORN STARCH, SALT, MONO AND DIGLYCERIDES, SOY LECITHIN, (POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE, CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA) USED TO PROTECT QUALITY, LACTIC ACID, VITAMIN A PALMITATE, BETA CARATENE

INGREDIENTS: Vegetable Oil Blend (Liquid Soybean Oil, Liquid Canola Oil, Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil), Water, Sweet Cream Buttermilk (Adds a Dietarily Insignificant amount of cholesterol), Salt, Soy Lecithin, Vegetable Mono and Diglycerides, Potassium Sorbate (Used to Protect Quality), Citric Acid, Artificial Flavor, Vitamin A Palmitate, Beta Carotene (for Color).

It’s like a foreign language! Mono and Diglycerides? Dr. Mercola’s website (mercola.com) says: Mono- and di-glycerides: These contain trans fats that manufacturers do not have to list on the label. They are used in high amounts in so-called “low-trans” spreads.

EDTA? It’s the abbreviation for Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. I decided if it has more than 20 letters, I’m putting it back on the shelf.

Why not just eat butter or better yet, ghee? Here is the Simply Ghee ingredient list:

INGREDIENTS: 100% organic, unsalted sweet cream butter from grass fed cows

How simple is that?