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You deserve better than a limp joint and leftover pad Thai eaten by the light of the fridge. Live a little. Take that ganja and infuse it into butter, oil, milk, and sugar, and fuck around a bit. We're not talking boxed brownie mix; we're talking about a full-fledged gastronomical ball-out—apps, entrees, desserts, even some cocktails—that'll get you high and appease your munchies. Two birds, one stoner. Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, lets make sure we've got our bases covered.
Review our illustrated primer to cooking with weed. We'll wait. All caught up? First things first: Cannabis-infused oil is gonna be the easiest way to turn any recipe into an earth-shattering edible. This only takes a few steps—you've got to decarboxylate your weed in the oven, throw it in a saucepan with oil, then strain the leftover bud, leaving you with a simple, potent base for cooking.
Straight up cannabis oil is great for using where your recipe would normally call for a neutral oil like canola or vegetable oil, which is what you want for brownies or other baked goods or fried things. But when you're going the savory route, these flavor-infused olive oils are your go-to.
The same technique works for butter, in case that's more your speed. Most likely any baked goods you'll want to turn into an edible will be the ideal use for this. Once you've got this infusing thing on lock, you'll probably want to infuse every liquid you can get your hands on—and let us assure you, cookies dipped in weed milk is just as amazing as it sounds. The technique is a little different when it comes to making infused sugar, but it's not much more complex.
You essentially infuse high-proof alcohol like Everclear with decarboxylated weed, then bake granulated sugar in the booze until it evaporates, leaving the THC behind. Alright, time to put these infusions to good use. The simplest way to enjoy butter, or in this case, cannabutter, has got to be a quick bowl of garlicky angel hair pasta, dusted okay, buried with parmesan. This most celebratory of holidays lands, blessedly, on a Friday this year. But if you also still have to make it into work that morning, try infusing some home-made gravlax with weed.
Yes, it's possible, and yes, it will improve your bagel and cream cheese situation. Smoking up and then loading up on pasta might be the modus operandi of your munchies, but why not put the weed in the pasta and kill two birds with one stone?
Those of us working 9-to-5s, on the other hand, probably won't be able to get festive until dinnertime. How about a prime rib with weed-laced chimichurri? This recipe from Bong Appetit: Om Edibles is rustic, rich, and lit as hell. Or maybe you're in the mood for some real-ass Italian chicken—this gorgeous, hearty cacciatore recipe comes from Nonna Marijuana , the coolest weed-cooking grandma you never had. It also happens to be a perfect potluck dish—no pun intended.
Once again, Nonna Marijuana coming through with an excellent savory use for that cannabutter you made, which also happens to combine two things you'll really want to eat while buzzed: potatoes and cheese. When you wanna treat yourself to the most extra stoner meal possible, look no further than Japanese wagyu, caviar, gold leaf, and truffles. Here's a traditional latke recipe with some chutzpah.
That is to say, these potato pancakes are fried in weed-infused canola oil. This recipe's got your best interest in mind—it instructs you to drain the latkes on a bed of rice or couscous to help catch the excess cannabis oil, because "You can't eat a paper towel!
We obviously have a weed brownie recipe. Don't call us basic. Fudgy, rich brownies made with that cannabutter are the quintessential edible for a reason. Remember that weed sugar we mentioned?
It's just begging for you to roll fried dough balls in it. Don't disappoint that weed sugar, and don't disappoint yourself. Just be forewarned that after eating a couple of these, you'll want about a thousand more—with or without the ganja. To finish off one hell of a mind-numbing meal, you'll probably want a nightcap—and with some weed-infused liquor, you can end the night the right way.
Through a wet decarb process, you can get a pretty controlled amount of weed infused into your vodka before shaking it up into a cocktail. Now that you've mastered that technique, too, give it a spin in a fancy lil French 75, a classic cocktail that combines gin and champagne in a flute with a splash of fruit juice.
You can also give it a try with a martini and a pineapple daiquiri , depending on your choice of liquor. Cheers, friends. By signing up to the VICE newsletter you agree to receive electronic communications from VICE that may sometimes include advertisements or sponsored content. Sign In Create Account. Photo by Brayden Olson. April 16, , pm. Munchies Staff. The Basics. Maya Elisabeth. The Dishes. Nonna Marijuana. Scott Durrah. Josh Pollack. Trevor Milbery. Brad Spence. Tim Milojevich.
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You also have more control over the quality of the ingredients when they are homemade. Make a batch in just 45 minutes! There are a lot of CBD gummies and edibles on the market. CBD, the shortened name for Cannibidiol, is an active ingredient of the hemp plant. The Harvard Health blog states that CBD has promising research supporting its use in treating epilepsy, anxiety, insomnia, and some forms of chronic pain. However, more research is needed and there can be some side effects associated with ingesting CBD.
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Make a paste of cocoa and red food coloring; add to creamed mixture. Mix salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla, and buttermilk together. Add the flour to the batter, alternating with the buttermilk mixture, mixing just until incorporated. Mix soda and vinegar and gently fold into cake batter. Don't beat or stir the batter after this point.
Thanks to the voters of Colorado, and their elected officials in Denver, several hundred retail marijuana stores will apparently be allowed to open their legalized doors — in various cities and towns in the state — as of today, January 1, If you are looking to purchase retail marijuana to start off the new year in style, for example you can download this PDF from the state of Colorado, showing that Colorado has officially licensed retail stores in 26 communities. Chaffee County has three vendors licensed to grow marijuana for wholesale distribution to retail outlets, but as of December 23, neither of the two medical marijuana dispensaries have received a license to sell retail. The Salida City Council last fall limited retail sales to those two existing shops. So Salida smokers may need to travel to Leadville today, if they wish to buy up to an ounce of marijuana for recreational use, to start off the year.
Preparation Time: 10 min; Cook Time: 30 min. In large bowl, with electric mixer at high speed, beat eggs, sugar and vanilla for 3 minutes until light and fluffy.
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We'd LOVE to hear from you! You might be interested in two of my Medical Marijuana articles on my blog. They were written for Guardian Liberty Voice Newspaper. Also, I just started a petition on Change.
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