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Reader: I Don't Need My Munchies to Give Me Munchies!

All this, and cannabis too.
All this, and cannabis too. Illegal Burger
Do you want that burger with cheese on top, or an infusion of cannabis?

West Coast Ventures Group Corp., the parent company of Illegal Burger, which Jim Nixon founded in 2013 and today has five metro Denver locations, has teamed up with a California company named Biolog, Inc., to test out a method of infusing cannabinoids directly into food.

The product they'll be using is called CannaStix, a solid spice pack containing cannabis extracts that can be inserted into food — ground beef, for example — before cooking. The CannaStix pack liquefies and spreads its goodness into the food being cooked, giving it what the company describes as "a very accurate dose of fast onset, highly bioavailable cannabinoids."

Sounds delicious. And dangerous for those counting calories. Says Justine: 
I don’t need my munchies to give me munchies. I’m gonna gain like 300 lbs!!!!
Responds Danny:
 Stoned and munchies in one shot????
Adds Rick: 
That’s all I need a, burger that makes me hungry again.
Concludes Leonerdo:
 Next up: Real pot roast.
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