A list of the latest recipes to elevate your spirits, and alleviate your body!

  • Cannabis Infusion 101, What you need to know
    on February 15, 2021 at 2:20 am

    Cannabis Edible companies spend their mornings transforming flour, Cannabutter made from low grade weed, sugar and lots of other mysterious things, into pastries, cakes, cookies, etc. — so you don’t have to!? You bow down before them as if their dry, tasteless "treats" are the gods own Ambrosia. But every once in a while, you Think about grabbing the apron and whipping up a batch of brownies. Baking excellence Does not line the shelves of most dispensaries, there are now some restaurants or...

  • How To Calculate Edible Dosage
    on January 5, 2021 at 2:20 am

    In a legal marijuana market, edibles are dosed in milligrams. For those of us who would smoke a joint here and there, upon entry into the legalized reality, you suddenly have to grapple with this fact. Sure, we’ve been buying weed in some hybridized state between grams (metric) and ounces (imperial) for a while, yet the concept of how much weed you need for edibles comes down to differences in how we understand weight as a measure of effect. In truth, seeing “10 milligrams” next to an edible is...

  • By CHEF 420
    on December 3, 2020 at 3:32 pm

    Whether you are making it for gift giving, parties, or just because it is Christmas, successful candy making is relatively easy if you know the tricks of the trade.   The holidays wouldn’t be the same without all the wonderful homemade candy. Divinity, fudge, caramels, peanut brittle…the list can go on and on. Whether you are making it for gift giving, parties, or just because it is Christmas, successful candy making is relatively easy if you know the tricks of the trade. 1. First and...

  • CANNAFLOUR
    on November 12, 2020 at 8:41 am

    Another method is cannaflour. Grind the cannabis up as fine as you can get it,I like to use a spice grinder, and mix it with the following ratio: for every 1 cup of flour,mix a 1/4 cup of powdered cannabis. Your final product is cannaflour, and you can use it in just about every baking recipe in place of flour.  

  • CANNABIS BUTTER
    on November 12, 2020 at 6:01 am

    (also: bud butter, ganja butter.....etc.) The most convenient way to use and store marijuana for cooking is to make marijuana butter, which can be cut into pieces and ziploc bagged for freezing and later used in cooking of all kinds.Here is the basic recipe: INGREDIENTS; 1 lb. of butter (no margarin) 1/2 ounce of marijuana BUD (or 1 ounce of shake or 2 ounces of leaf or 3 ounces of stems) DIRECTIONS; Place marijuana and butter in crockpot. It is convenient to cook 3 or 4 pounds of butter at one...

  • 10 tips and tricks to upgrade your cheesecake game
    on October 22, 2020 at 9:15 am

    The creamy goodness of a cheesecake coupled with the crunchy salty base is the best kind of heaven for every dessert lover craves for. Eating it is a piece of (cheese) cake making the perfect cheesecake can be riddled with a few roadblocks. Here are best 10 cheesecake tips and tricks you need to get that smooth creamy crack free (yes, crack free!) cheesecake. 1. Select the right bakeware Use a spring form pan, it makes demoulding your cheesecake a breeze and keeps the most important part i.e....

  • THC/marijuana effects
    on September 19, 2020 at 2:20 am

    From the Cannabis Medical Dictionary CannabisMD.net Diabetes is a condition wherein the body either produces inadequate amounts of insulin or fails to utilize available insulin properly. An estimated 1 million Americans suffer from Type 1 diabetes, which develops in childhood. Another 15 million suffer from Type 2 diabetes, also known as adult onset diabetes, which develops later in life.Symptoms generally include an imbalance of blood sugar levels and a high level of sugar excreted through the...

  • Bean flours
    on June 11, 2020 at 2:20 am

    Here are three basic uses for bean flour.I have spent some time researching the uses for Bean flours and have compiled this information for your reference as well as my own.I havn't tested all of these ideas yet, so I would like to hear about your experiences and tips, feel free to share your knowledge in the comments section. 1. For Baking-Use up to 25% bean flour in your gluten free flour mix to add protine, fiber and iron. 2.Use bean flours to thicken or add a creamy flavor to soups or...

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