Cooking and Baking

How to store ghee/clarified butter?

Recently my husband and I made an Indian meal, including what ended up being about a half a jar full of ghee. I've been storing it in my spice cupboard, since the cookbook said it doesn't need to be refrigerated. But now that the weather is warming up, it's gone back to a liquidy state...should I be refrigerating it? Will it go bad if it's allowed to stay liquid at room temp??


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