Cocavo Garlic Ghee is a deliciously nutritious cooking oil that blends Dairy & Plant based fats producing a unique cooking oil with a garlic punch you’ll absolutely love!
New Zealand is globally known as the land of milk & honey, for good reason.
Here at Cocavo, we fully support our primary producers, the back bone of the country. NZ Dairy products are 2nd to none, and quite rightfully stand proudly on the world stage.
Cocavo wanted to develop a unique & healthy cooking oil that celebrated our dairy industry while also championing 2 of the world’s healthiest plant based oils that we already use & love – Avocado Oil & Coconut Oil.
What is Cocavo Garlic Ghee?
Cocavo Garlic Ghee is a delicious tasting blend of NZ Grass-fed Ghee (50%), Pure Coconut oil (40%) and Extra Virgin Avocado Oil (10%) & natural Garlic Oil.
Ghee, Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil & Garlic Oil: A Nourishing blend of super-oils for added health.
Cocavo Garlic Ghee is a delicious, nutritious natural cooking oil blend that we know you will love. The blend of oils makes Cocavo Garlic Ghee ideal for higher-heat cooking. Use it for sautéing, stir-frying, grilling & BBQing. Cocavo Garlic Ghee adds a delicious garlic flavour & aroma to foods and recipes without any coconut flavor which makes it an awesome, general purpose cooking oil that will quickly become a pantry staple.
Ghee, Coconut Oil & Avocado Oils are natural, healthy, nourishing fats that blend together beautifully, creating a nutritional powerhouse that tastes great. Add natural Garlic Oil and you have something very special.
Ghee is rich in fat-soluble vitamins and short-chain fatty acids, Coconut Oil is rich in easily digestible medium-chain fatty acids & Avocado Oil is packed with healthy monounsaturated fats & Vitamin E. Garlic has many well known health benefits and has been used for centuries as a cure for many ailments.
Because it is a blend of naturally stable fats, Cocavo Garlic Ghee is shelf-stable and not susceptible to rancidity; it does not need refrigeration to stay fresh, but best refrigerated in warm conditions to prevent it turning to liquid, not that that is a problem.