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Eat Like a Hippie with Pot Peace Pasta (Easy Edibles Recipe)

Eat Like a Hippie with Pot Peace Pasta (Easy Edibles Recipe)

This article actually started a few months ago. Felicity and I were doing some food shopping, and as per usual on shopping trips, I was a little high (makes it a lot more interesting). If I remember correctly, we were bouncing around Whole Foods, where we go occasionally for special treats, when I suddenly saw

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How to Make Old Hippie’s Canna Coconut Blaster

I was looking for the “Holy Grail” of marijuana-infused drinks…something that was easy to make in just one step (no decarboxylating allowed), that would work efficiently enough to be cost-effective, and wouldn’t smell up the kitchen. Something like firecrackers, except for liquid refreshments. I think I got it. For food to work well with cannabis,

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Cannaoil Experiment Results

As I previously wrote, a week or so ago I began some experiments to find out if infusing coconut oil with cannabis worked differently at different temperatures. Methodology Oil: 118°F, 140°F, 180°F, 220°F, 260°F, 300°F Each batch was made as identically as possible, using 2 tablespoons of coconut oil and 0.5 grams decarbed weed (Super

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The Great Cannabis Oil Experiment

It’s one of those questions that’s been disputed for years in cannabis circles: what’s the best temperature to use? Whether the subject in question is decarboxylating, making firecrackers, cannabis oil, or glycerin tincture, everyone seems to have a different opinion. Well, I have lots of opinions myself, but I prefer facts. So I decided to

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This Mysterious Package Arrived on 4/20

This cat doesn’t know it, but he might be sitting next to the most important advance in cannabis processing since the discovery of decarboxylation. Yes, I’m teasing you. But I’m teasing myself too, because it really did show up weeks ago, and it’s driven me nuts because I’ve been too busy writing (yes, that book

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THC Deterioration In Cannabis Confectionery

About six or seven weeks ago, I rediscovered a package of Cosmic Caramels tucked away in the refrigerator that had basically been sitting there for 2½ years. They worked just like they originally did; same effects, same strength, the whole bit. I’ve been slicing off pieces of the last caramel every week or so, as part

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Sauté Something In Cannabis Cooking Oil Tonight

Anything, apparently. Back in December, I made some potato pancakes, which involved pan-frying in oil, so I used some cannabis cooking oil I had made, and I got so high that I kind of forgot about this until the other day, when someone handed me some sliced Brussels sprouts to sauté and I remembered I

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