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The consumption of THC-laced foods has always been a desirable method for enjoying the good herb, and, in recent times, has reached an all time “high” in popularity. In fact, cannabis cuisine has become a serious and sophisticated art form, responsible for providing us with delectable recipes such as weed-infused lobster curry or tender potato gnocchi in ganja butter.
If marijuana is legal in your state, making your own edible creations at home can be a great and effective way to get stoned, especially if you don’t like smoking or want to have more control over the amount of tetrahydrocannabinol you ingest.
Whether you want to make a time-honored batch of pot brownies or something a little more advanced, you will need to have a properly infused cannabis fat