Ghee, also known as clarified butter in anglophone countries, is made by simmering unsalted butter in a cooking vessel until all water has boiled off and the milk solids, or protein, have settled to the bottom and a scum has floated on top. After removing the scum the cooked and clarified butter is then spooned off or tipped out carefully […]
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My pot tea recipe, based loosely on the traditional Indian beverage “Bhang.” It’s NOT bhang, but its easier to make and freakishly incredible.
Every cannabis cook should start with Cannabutter. Besides, you can use it with everything! Cannbutter and jelly sandwiches anyone?
Ingredients: 50 grams (2 ounces) butter 2 tablespoons cocoa 3 tablespoons condensed milk 50 grams (2 ounces) brown sugar 3 grams (1/8th ounce) finely ground hash or high-quality cannabis 150 grams (6 ounces) desiccated coconut 125 grams (5 ounces) mall white marshmallows Directions: After melting the butter in a pan, mix in your cocoa, milk, […]
From Wikipedia: Bhang is a preparation from the leaves and flowers (buds) of the female cannabis plant, smoked or consumed as a beverage in the Indian subcontinent. Ingredients 3 grams (1/8 ounce) butter 2 cups milk 1-2 grams of hash or cannabis pinch of spice (cinnamon or nutmeg, depending on your tastes) Directions Melt butter […]
A simple marijuana wine recipe that’s guaranteed to get you hammered — maybe more. Please consume in moderation. Ingredients: 1 liter of good red wine a few cinnamon sticks a few pieces of ginger 6 grams of your favorite strain (3 grams for a less potent concoction) orange slices honey to taste Directions: Combine ingredients […]
The following recipe is taken from what is considered the oldest cookbook ever written. Known as De Honesta Voluptate Et Valetudine (Of Honest Voluptuousness and Health), it was written by Bartholomaeus Platina in 1475 and contained around 300 recipes, one of them being for cannabis.
Cannabis, or marijuana, has been utilized as an ingredient in food and drink for thousands of years. Recipes were often recorded in rhyme, assisting in the memorization process. One such recipe, Bhang (a milk based drink), dates back to 800 B.C. when it was first concocted in what is today know as India.