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Ghee's in the news! Otherwise known as clarified butter, ghee is butter with the milk solids removed, which leaves behind a clear, golden-yellow product with a higher smoke point and about three times the flavor as regular butter (plus fewer of the reasons you're not supposed to eat too much of it). 

Want to see this magic ingredient in action? Sub ghee in for butter with the following recipes, and prepare for more butter flavor and fragrance than you've ever experienced. And not in that movie theater popcorn kind of way. 

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