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Edibles for Beginners: A Cannabis Cookbook

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Go from budding baker to edible expert with this cannabis cookbook Mastering homemade cannabis creations is a true art and science—but every edible enthusiast knows there’s a fine line between a relaxing munchie and a bite of reefer madness. This cannabis cookbook shows you how to confidently bake uniquely yummy sweet and savory goods in the comfort of your own canna-ki Go from budding baker to edible expert with this cannabis cookbook Mastering homemade cannabis creations is a true art and science—but every edible enthusiast knows there’s a fine line between a relaxing munchie and a bite of reefer madness. This cannabis cookbook shows you how to confidently bake uniquely yummy sweet and savory goods in the comfort of your own canna-kitchen.Dive in with an overview of the medicinal benefits of cannabis—and get started by learning how to decarboxylate and make butter and oil infusions to stock your cannabis pantry. With this cannabis cookbook you’ll soon have the skills (and ingredients) to whip up low-dose edibles that will be in high demand.This cannabis cookbook includes: Flower power—This cannabis cookbook gives you the lowdown on 20 popular strains with user-friendly flavor profiles that also detail the THC/CBD content, health benefits, and what effects to expect of each. Kitchen magic—Get the basics on cooking with cannabis and make any of your favorite foods special with easy instructions for decarboxylating, infusing butter and oil, and calculating dosing. Reefer recipes—Wow your loved ones with the 50 tasty low-dose recipes of this cannabis cookbook, including appetizers, brownies, cakes, cookies, and more—each labeled with its THC content. Become a baking cannaisseur with the guidance of this cannabis cookbook.


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Go from budding baker to edible expert with this cannabis cookbook Mastering homemade cannabis creations is a true art and science—but every edible enthusiast knows there’s a fine line between a relaxing munchie and a bite of reefer madness. This cannabis cookbook shows you how to confidently bake uniquely yummy sweet and savory goods in the comfort of your own canna-ki Go from budding baker to edible expert with this cannabis cookbook Mastering homemade cannabis creations is a true art and science—but every edible enthusiast knows there’s a fine line between a relaxing munchie and a bite of reefer madness. This cannabis cookbook shows you how to confidently bake uniquely yummy sweet and savory goods in the comfort of your own canna-kitchen.Dive in with an overview of the medicinal benefits of cannabis—and get started by learning how to decarboxylate and make butter and oil infusions to stock your cannabis pantry. With this cannabis cookbook you’ll soon have the skills (and ingredients) to whip up low-dose edibles that will be in high demand.This cannabis cookbook includes: Flower power—This cannabis cookbook gives you the lowdown on 20 popular strains with user-friendly flavor profiles that also detail the THC/CBD content, health benefits, and what effects to expect of each. Kitchen magic—Get the basics on cooking with cannabis and make any of your favorite foods special with easy instructions for decarboxylating, infusing butter and oil, and calculating dosing. Reefer recipes—Wow your loved ones with the 50 tasty low-dose recipes of this cannabis cookbook, including appetizers, brownies, cakes, cookies, and more—each labeled with its THC content. Become a baking cannaisseur with the guidance of this cannabis cookbook.

41 review for Edibles for Beginners: A Cannabis Cookbook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    I requested a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I will undoubtedly be denied as I do not have an ALA # (I am Canadian!). I am reviewing the book anyway on Goodreads and Facebook. #yourloss :-) AND because I love to cook and bake at home. I had already read it via KindleUnlimited as my job revolves around healthy food, researching food/recipes, food deserts, community kitchens (so everything about food) AND literacy/getting people to read n I requested a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I will undoubtedly be denied as I do not have an ALA # (I am Canadian!). I am reviewing the book anyway on Goodreads and Facebook. #yourloss :-) AND because I love to cook and bake at home. I had already read it via KindleUnlimited as my job revolves around healthy food, researching food/recipes, food deserts, community kitchens (so everything about food) AND literacy/getting people to read novels instead of cereal packages. #callisto #callistomedia apparently does not like me as I don't belong the ALA (I am Canadian!!!) -- I am not holding it against them but it would be nice to review their books on #NetGalley From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Go from budding baker to edible expert with this cannabis cookbook Mastering homemade cannabis creations is a true art and science—but every edible enthusiast knows there’s a fine line between a relaxing munchie and a bite of reefer madness. This cannabis cookbook shows you how to confidently bake uniquely yummy sweet and savory goods in the comfort of your own canna-kitchen. Dive in with an overview of the medicinal benefits of cannabis—and get started by learning how to decarboxylate and make butter and oil infusions to stock your cannabis pantry. With this cannabis cookbook you’ll soon have the skills (and ingredients) to whip up low-dose edibles that will be in high demand. This cannabis cookbook includes: Flower power—This cannabis cookbook gives you the lowdown on 20 popular strains with user-friendly flavour profiles that also detail the THC/CBD content, health benefits, and what effects to expect of each. Kitchen magic—Get the basics on cooking with cannabis and make any of your favourite foods special with easy instructions for decarboxylating, infusing butter and oil, and calculating dosing. Reefer recipes—Wow your loved ones with the 50 tasty low-dose recipes of this cannabis cookbook, including appetizers, brownies, cakes, cookies, and more—each labelled with its THC content. Become a baking "cannaisseur" with the guidance of this cannabis cookbook. Personal opinion ... should someone who is stoned really be using kitchen appliances and cooking with heat and an oven? No. Popsicles, maybe ... beyond that no. Baked goods that kids can get into? No. Baked goods that get served at book club as a joke? TRIPLE NO! I guess the recipes could be used as non-pot by leaving out the cannabis but by the end of the book I was 10000% sure about one thing: pot does not belong in edibles. Ever. Go ahead and smoke it or vape it or take it in pill form: don't make a potentially lethal piece of food that someone else can get into. This book is also cross reviewed at http://www.facebook.com/janetsbookcorner

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Good recipes and even base recipes The biggest problem with most cannabis cookbooks is that they tell you to use things like "cannabutter" or "cannaoil" but they don't tell you how to make THOSE base things! This book DOES give you recipes on how to make the basic building blocks. And the main recipes are great too! Good recipes and even base recipes The biggest problem with most cannabis cookbooks is that they tell you to use things like "cannabutter" or "cannaoil" but they don't tell you how to make THOSE base things! This book DOES give you recipes on how to make the basic building blocks. And the main recipes are great too!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Edward Archambeault III

    Nice easy recipes!!! This is the perfect stoner munchie cookbook!!!!. The recipes are simple and taste awesome!!! My favorite are the cheesecake brownies!!?

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