Gather Super Foods Ghee and Tallow

Gather Superfoods 100% Grassfed Tallow and Ghee is a game changer offering pure silky white heaven, and deliciousness ready to slather over EVERYTHING!

But first, what is ghee? Ghee is derived from butter which is cooked down to remove all of the butterfat/milk solids to create a wonderful pure butterfat that is lactose and casein free. This nutty creation is a great butter substitute for anyone with a dairy intolerance, it is amazing for sautéing, frying, baking or eating right out of the jar. Ghee is jam packed with vitamins & nutrients, helps to lower cholesterol (yes it is true), promotes flexibility by lubricating your tissue and vitality.

Gather Superfoods tallow is 100% grass fed and finished beef fat that typically comes from the areas around the kidneys and other nutrient dense organs. This hard ‘suet’ gets rendered down (melted down) and filtered out to leave you with the most wonderful of oils and quickly hardens at room temperature. As we are 100% grass-fed and finished, our tallow is rich in CLA!

To us, we mean business when we say grass-fed but we are only talking about our own values here. Our fats come from animals that are 100% pastured, 100% grass fed and finished, meaning they NEVER ever ever have grain! Unfortunately in the world today it is easy to say you are grass-fed even if your animals just eat a bit of grass fed here and there. It’s like saying we are chocolate fed just because we may have a bit of chocolate here and there…it is not our entire diet (let’s hope not anyway).

And, grassfed is IMPORTANT! For starters if it is just partially grass fed it means that it could have all of the most awful GMO filled grain out there while still enjoying an occasional chomp of grass. This is bad bad bad because what that animal eats is exactly what you eat! The fat that comes from these beautiful creatures is a condensed form of whatever it is that is consumed. If that is soy, corn GMO grain then you are essentially eating just that! IF that is beautiful lush grass, you are getting a huge nutrient blast. You must know what you eat ate so you know what you really ate.

How to Use Gather Superfoods Ghee and Tallow:

How do you not use it is the real question!?!?! Both ghee and tallow have been used for centuries both internally and externally. Tallow has been used in soap making, candle making, and wonderful as a moisturizer for the skin as it is most closely related to the makeup of our human skin. Ghee has also been traditionally known to be used topically as a mask and moisturizer.

For cooking, ghee can be replaced with anything you would typically use butter for (just remember to add a bit of salt as there is no salt in our ghee J). It is miraculous for frying or using as a substitute for any cooking/sautéing oil you may prepare. It helps with not allowing your food to stick to the pan so it is always enjoyed for frying eggs, fish, sweet potato ries…ok I am getting hungry now!

Tallow is most commonly known for being a wonderful fry oil. You can simply put the entire jar into a pot/pan, fry any of your wildest dreams and then simply place through a coffee filter back into the jar and voila it is ready to be used again and again! It is also a great oil to use for sautéing and searing of any kind.

Can Gather Superfoods Ghee and Tallow go Bad?

When kept poorly we can all go bad! If kept properly, these beauties can last for years! Our fats are shelf stable and there is no need to refrigerate (ghee is actually bad to refrigerate; Ill fill you in more on that later!). You should always make sure that if you want to use a fat that you are always putting in a clean utensil to not contaminate. If you know you will use it quickly, hey why not stick your finger in there…NO…I was testing you, DON’T DO IT…stick the clean spoon in and lick away! We also recommend to keep in a dark pantry so that it is not in direct contact with heat (from sun or stove).

Gather Super Foods Products include:

Certified Paleo: Ghee, Ghee Brown Butter, Tallow-Grass Fed

Paleo Friendly: Ghee Cultured


Ashley and Shuki were brought into each other’s lives over a love of food…of really really GOOD food and over the last decade they have spent so much time indulging in all that life could offer. From trips to California and New York to creating their own at home concoctions of everything you can possibly imagine.

Ashley Rose, CO-FOUNDER

Ashley comes from a farm in Camden, Maine where living as close to nature just comes natural. A decade ago Ashley discovered an auto immune disease that emotionally took her over but she was able to quickly heal herself through food with the help of Shuki and all his amazing research!

Shuki Haiminis, CO-FOUNDER

Shuki was raised in Newton, MA where he was always fueling his body with the best items he could find to support his love for running since high school.

They work together; juggling three companies, with a family of five (twins on the way!) and as crazy as life can be, they make sure that what they put in is always the best quality possible. They never get sick, they haven’t gone to traditional doctors in nearly a decade and they love creating new projects to share with the world!

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About Us : 

Established in 2010, The Paleo Foundation was first organized for the purpose of helping Paleo Diet Adherents easily identify products that met the basic tenets of the diet.  Since then, thousands of products have been certified through the Certified Paleo, Paleo Approved, Paleo Vegan, and Paleo Friendly Certification Programs.


100% of  Paleo Foundation revenue is generated through Paleo Certifications. We do not accept donations, corporate sponsorships, or financially benefit from the sales of any paleo certified products, product giveaways, or partnerships with industry contacts or retailers for the purpose of maintaining the integrity of an impartial certification standard. 

How we determine Paleo Certification Standards:

The Paleo Foundation develops Certification Standards from a mixture of input from various experts in the Paleo Movement, community input, and from logically and critically assessing arguments for the inclusion or exclusion of specific foods. After all, the Paleo Diet is a theoretical template, and therefore logic must be taken into account when making determinations for an entire community. 

Paleo Approved, Certified Paleo, Paleo Friendly, and PaleoVegan Certification Programs:

Each Paleo Certification Program has a different set of standards. For the absolute strictest standards, Paleo Approved certifies farms, ranches, and single-ingredient products. Certified Paleo, the most popular of the Paleo Certification programs certifies products that contain Paleo Diet ingredients, but have some 21st century processing methods allowing for shelf stability. The Paleo Friendly Program allows for products that are generally regarded as gray-area products such as kombucha, dark chocolate, and even grass-fed dairy.