Learn the basics of cooking with weed

The world of cannabis goes far beyond smoking a dried herb. Cannabis shops and medical marijuana dispensaries wherever marijuana is legal around the world use cannabis in butters, oils, lecithins, sodas, tinctures, etc. If you are a cannabis enthusiast, you too can partake in all the edible fun without leaving the comfort of your home.

Cooking with marijuana is an easy, albeit time consuming endeavor. There’s more to cannabis cooking than just throwing in some flowers and make a pan of brownies. Just like there’s more to cooking BBQ chicken than just throwing it in the oven. You need to prep, dress, and then bake the chicken. Cannabis too needs a little TLC. Just like the chicken won’t taste the same without prep, your cannabis will be rendered useless without going through a process called decarboxylation.

The marijuana decarboxylation process may sound like a complex concept, but it’s not. Decarboxylation is not only easy, but is essential. Without going through the process, your bud will have no psychoactive element and will also ruin the taste of what you cooking. Who wants to get baked with bad baked goods? Didn’t think so. Read on to learn more about this process, and you will be a culinary marijuana savant in no time.

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Ingesting Pot is different!

Cooking with cannabis has come a long way since you’ve eaten your friend’s failed attempt at pot brownies all those years ago. Since then, edibles have become a staple in the medical marijuana community.

Eating to get high has grown from a pan of burnt brownies to becoming the centerpiece in a culinary masterpiece. Along with different ways as to how to cook with cannabis, the healing effects of edibles have also become widely evolved, making eating cannabis just as, if not more potent than smoking marijuana.

Smoking cannabis is the age-old go-to tradition for marijuana consumption.However, with the growth of marijuana legalization, edibles have become just as popular as the tried-and-true method of smoking.

The world of edibles continues to grow as medical marijuana and recreational cannabis become commonplace. Each year, High Times holds their coveted Cannabis Cup, where cannabis chefs compete to see which edibles are the most delectable. Since the growth of the competition, edibles have taken on a life that is far beyond just cookies and brownies.

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Who doesn’t get a serious case of the munchies when they smoke marijuana? What about killing two birds with one stoner? Instead of smoking to get yourself high, it can be what you baked that got you baked. Welcome to cooking with cannabis 101. You don’t need to be Martha Stewart to pull these off. Although, her and Snoop have probably cooked up some good stuff…

The world of medicinal marijuana and recreational cannabis has grown far beyond joints, bowls, and bongs. Although many people are familiar with the timeless classic (pot brownies) there are many ways to cook with marijuana that can make for a lasting, fun, and delicious high.

Before you start any recipe involving marijuana, you must first activate the psychoactive component of cannabis. The reason you get high from marijuana is due to a chemical compound called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

THC lives in the tiny hairs you see on the bud. In order to make the THC active, you need to heat up the hairs on the flowers by baking or boiling them. This process is called decarboxylation.

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Don’t make amateur mistakes!

A lot of people are apprehensive about cooking with marijuana because if something goes wrong, they are out of a lot of marijuana. However, there are some easy tips on how to avoid common cooking with marijuana mistakes. Read on and you will be Marijario Batali in no time!

Cannabis edibles have always been popular in the stoner community. However, with marijuana legalization happening state-by-state across the United States, the popularity of cannabis edibles are growing. With masses of people just beginning to become familiar with the world of cannabis, novices are shocked and intrigued by the idea of marijuana lollipops, gummies, chocolates, teas, and brownies.

What’s so convenient about edibles is how versatile they are. For instance, say an elderly person has finally agreed to use medical marijuana for the first time in their lives to deal with their arthritis pain. As an older person who lived through the “War on Drugs” era propaganda, the idea of smoking medical marijuana might leave a bad taste in their mouth. Eating a pot brownie on the other hand, is much more discreet. Plus when done right, it can be tasty too. If you’re going to win granny over, it’s with sweets. That’s how they won you over in the beginning too.

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