Also known as “Liquid Gold” for its fine flavor and golden color, Ghee has been known to be part of the gourmet Arabic and Indian cuisine for centuries. Ghee is made by melting butter and skimming the fat off of the top. A creamy yellow liquid is formed that becomes solid when it cools down. It is rich in fat soluble vitamins such as A, D, E, and K essential for bone and brain health and strengthening the immune system. Because of its high smoke, it is used in traditional Palestinians dishes as a healthier substitute to butter and vegetable oil. It is also used in Middle Eastern pastries such as Knafeh and Qatayef giving a rich flavor. Hidmi Ghee is made from the highest quality butter derived from local Palestinian farms that use traditional methods to raise cattle without the use of fertilizers, antibiotics, or hormones.