Yes. Clarified butter can be frozen.
No, lard is not a swear word. Lard is pig fat that is rendered and clarified for use in cooking.
Clarified butter is called Ghee.
ghee is another name for clarified butter
Ghee is the name for clarified butter that is a staple in Indian cuisine.
If you look at equal volumes, clarified butter may have more calories than regular butter or margarine. Regular butter and margarine have some water in them. That water has been removed from clarified butter.
Butter is made from milk, lard is made from pig fat.
Clarified butter is butter that has had the water and milk solids removed. Two of the advantages of clarified butter are a higher smoke point and longer shelf life.
Yes, butter can be used in place of lard in most baking recipes. Butter should NOT replace lard when frying because it has a lower smoking temperature.
butter lard has more fat comparing to margarine. butter lard has 205grams of fat but whereas, margarine has only 8grams of fat.