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WINNER and COUPON for Grass-fed Organic Ghee

And, we have a winner! I had meant to post this earlier in the week, but hey, LIFE HAPPENS. Thankfully, my sponsors at Pure Indian Foods have also graciously decided to offer a coupon to those of you who didn’t win. You can get $3 off any order over $15! (Sounds like a great way to save on trying their delectable spiced ghees like Herbes de Provence Ghee and Indian Dessert Ghee.)

First, congratulations go to Crissi Merkel! Crissi, please contact me within 48 hours with your mailing address so we can hook you up with your prize.

To use your coupon, simply click through the link below and use coupon code FOODRENEGADE at checkout!

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11 Responses to WINNER and COUPON for Grass-fed Organic Ghee
  1. Gregory Oehley via Facebook
    April 14, 2011 | 6:13 pm

    A question: How does ghee differ from high vitamin butter oil?

  2. Marc Gregory Neville via Facebook
    April 14, 2011 | 6:41 pm

    The coupon/link doesn’t seem to work. It takes me to their site, but nothing more. Is there a discount code, or can you post the correct link so you get credit for the referral? :-)

  3. Food Renegade via Facebook
    April 14, 2011 | 6:44 pm

    @Marc — Yes, the coupon code is FOODRENEGADE. Just click through the link at my post and use that code at checkout.

  4. Marc Gregory Neville via Facebook
    April 14, 2011 | 6:45 pm

    Thanks so much. I look forward to digging in to your webpage further!

  5. Food Renegade via Facebook
    April 14, 2011 | 6:47 pm

    @Gregory — High Vitamin Butter Oil concentrates the vitamins through centrifuging the butter oil, plus I *believe* they only use butter oil from spring time (so that the cows are eating rapidly growing green grass)

    • Pure Indian Foods
      April 18, 2011 | 10:09 pm

      Pure Indian Foods ghee is made from grass-fed cows’ milk obtained during the spring and fall, when the cows are out to pasture eating rapidly growing fresh green grass. It is also certified organic.

  6. Jessica
    April 16, 2011 | 3:34 pm

    I’m wondering how so many people can think ghee tastes wonderful. I suppose it’s *possible* that I’ve had only a brand that doesn’t, but I think it’s HORRIBLE. The smell is awful and the taste is worse. I read an article here or linked from here (can’t remember now) that referred to the mild taste of ghee compared to the strong taste of coconut oil and I had to do a double-take. WHAT?! Exactly the opposite for me. I want to put it into my diet so badly, but how do you get past the taste?

  7. Kelly
    January 24, 2012 | 8:02 pm

    @Jessica Every person has its own taste preference. Some might think that it tastes wonderful but some may taste it awful.

    Putting it in your diet? Discipline. The urge to have a healthy body will make you think that this ghee is palatable. In addition, your taste preference with the ghee or any food may likely to change gradually as you will often eat it.

  8. Jeff Geidt
    May 6, 2012 | 4:25 am

    Many say that in takes a while to appreciate tastes that we are unfamiliar with but knowing how rich Indian foods are, coupons and or discount like this can help us in acquiring the taste.

  9. Pierre
    July 23, 2012 | 9:04 am

    I love Ghee, and I am sure organic Ghee is better, but I always feel bad when I eat it. It really feels fattening. How does it compare to say olive oil or sunflower oil ?

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