Art can be expressed in countless ways. Cooking, for instance, is considered art; your plates are your canvas and the food you put on them is your divine creation. If you take a look at every nook and cranny in the world, you’ll certainly stumble upon many outstanding culinary artists who won’t dither about their choices.
It would be unfair to tar every cook with the same brush, but some will invariably avoid concocting exotic dishes because of one simple reason — a strong bias towards marijuana.
As outlandish as you think it may look at first, marijuana has been used in the kitchen for centuries. From cookies to brownies, and even cakes. Marijuana seems to have waltzed in the culinary world to conquer places where people initially thought such a thing would never be seen. As years pass by, this plant makes its way through the nations at a staggering speed, adding another variation to the commonplace food we dish out at home or in restaurants.
Don’t worry, cannabis won’t bite your tongue as if it were one of those carnivore plants that pop up in movies where it sprouts snake-like vines that wrap you up until you turn blue. Actually, this culinary plant sometimes might go unnoticed unless the grassy substance was not finely ground and gives itself away. That’s why it’s important to do it well.
Mom, whip up something for dinner
At-home cannabis cooking could be fun to try. There is something that you need to know beforehand. Experimenting with this plant might be tricky if you’re unaware of some details. For example, decarboxylation, which can be easily done at home by applying low heat. This will release the psychoactive qualities that turn the tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, or THCA, into THC.
When it comes to cooking buttery or oily foods, there’s another thing to bear in mind. For example, for foods that contain butter, keep the cannabis flower simmering for about 180 F for 90 minutes.
For oily foods, there is a different method where aluminum, a bowl a pot with water are included, so it is important to check recipes so you don’t botch it up.
More than just food
If you’re still wondering what you can cook with cannabis, let me tell you that you can go as creative as you want. Of course, it is always important to look for recipes that guide you through the whole process. It is a fact that there are some desserts or dishes that do not demand a lot of time or hard work, but it’s still necessary to stick to a recipe so as not to make any mistakes because it may ruin your chance at releasing the psychoactive properties that make you high.
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