What can I infuse weed with besides butter? Getting pretty sick of being stuck with baked-goods edibles all the time.
Brownies, cookies and candy bars are all tasty, but if edibles are your preferred consumption method, then sweets can get old after a while. However, there’s a reason that those comprise the majority of baked goods: THC bonds to fat cells, making butter and cooking oils obvious choices for infusion. The infused oils still carry a strong cannabis flavor, though, so many companies make sweets to mask it. But you can cook plenty of savory dishes or meals with butter and cooking oils
, and you don’t have to stop there, either.
Cooking with cannabis is both art and science.
Coconut oil, whole or condensed milk, half-and-half and even peanut butter — any liquid (or close enough) with high amounts of fat — can be infused with THC using the same procedure you use to make cannabutter; you might just have to change the heat a little. Dispensaries also carry tasteless powders and liquids
infused with THC and CBD, making infused drinks and edibles recipes a cinch
...but a lot less fun.
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