The Edible Basics
These are the basic building blocks of most edible recipes.
Are you interested in making your own cannabis-infused oil? I don’t blame you! Making homemade cannabis oil is a great way to create a highly healing, concentrated, and versatile cannabis product. It is ready to use in edible recipes, topical salves, or even enjoy straight on its own.
Try cannabis sugar (canna-sugar) for a gentle, calming high. For example, add your Sativa blend sugar to your morning coffee. Need help getting to sleep? Try a soothing night-cap with an Indica tincture. Canna-sugar is typically used as a condiment, as opposed to a base ingredient like cannabis butter. However, for a more potent high, swap out your regular sugar with weed-infused sugar in any dessert recipe.
Putting It All Together
Marijuana recipes are about much more than cannabis cookies and marijuana brownies — not that there’s anything wrong with those. Most any food can be infused with cannabis, so let your imagination run wild.
Curious about infusing cannabis into your meals but aren’t sure where to begin? Put on a pot of boiling water, and keep reading for ideas.
Medicated pasta sauces can be a great first step into the world of cooking with cannabis. They’re full of flavor yet straightforward; a fairly foolproof way for newbies to begin tinkering with their favorite strains of ganja in the kitchen.