Make Cannabis Edibles

A no-fuss and fabulous foray into the 420-culinary world, this dish is all flavor without the hours of work. Crunchy coconut and tender shrimp combine for a one-pan meal that is as delicious as it is elevating. (Bruce Wolf/Leafly) Recipe: Cannabis-Infused Coconut Roasted Citrus Shrimp Start to finish: 25 minutes Yield: Serves 4 Ingredients 3 tablespoons olive […]

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Pork belly, on many a menu and sandwich, is a spectacular food product. Tender and crisp with the perfect meat to fat ratio, you can use it in tacos, burritos, and this simple, stellar soup. A simple package of ramen needs no directions, but I have ramped up the ingredients and added a little canna-love. […]

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This is in addition to Alaska’s unique THC-A issue, which Matt Hickman discussed in last November’s “THC testing: Can Alaska potency numbers be trusted?” story. Our legislators created a THC-A controversy when, as pointed out by Mark Malagodi, PhD, partner at Anchorage’s other main Cannabis testing lab, Canntest, in that same article: “The way total […]

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Tweet Cannabis is often consumed in its unprocessed form—smoked or vaped as a bud, mostly—but that certainly isn’t the only way to partake. For a lot of medical cannabis patients, and for those adverse to smoking, something that contains a concentrated version of cannabis is preferable. Think tinctures, topicals, and concentrates, which in some cases […]

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<![CDATA[]]> Eating weed is nothing new. Humans have been ingesting cannabis-infused food for millennia: from the ancient Indian preparation of bhang through the hashish eaters mentioned in 1001 Nights, on to the magic brownies whipped up by the totally baked bakers of the 1960s and the high-octane confections that medical marijuana patients have come to […]

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It’s that time of year again when the chillest of holidays is nearly upon us. Bonus: 4/20 falls on a Friday this year, so cannabis events are happening all weekend long. On top of that, residents of Vermont get to celebrate their first legal 4/20 this year, and adult-use cannabis is now legal in nine U.S. […]

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So you’re new to cannabis. Welcome! You’ve started enjoying and experimenting (always in moderation). The edibles at your local shop look so yummy! And they really knock you out (we’ll get to that later). But $10 (or more) for one brownie?! Nuts! You’ve been baking your entire life. How tough can it be? The answer: […]

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New Jersey could see nearly 100 medical marijuana dispensaries under a revised plan to bolster the state’s medical marijuana program, which state officials recently advanced. Last month, Gov. Phil Murphy called for several key changes to New Jersey’s medical marijuana program, including adding more places patients could buy weed and getting rid of a requirement that […]

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In 2012, Jenn Ulmer Jenkins started eating gluten-free, and found she needed to teach herself how to create delicious gluten-free baked goods. A year later, she started In The Breadbox, and now you can find her products in restaurants all over Santa Cruz County, like Michael’s on Main, Crow’s Nest, and Earthbelly. Her gluten-free hamburger […]

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Source: dichohecho, via Flickr If you have ever had a pot brownie (and we’re not saying you have), more likely than not you don’t remember it as an especially pleasant ingestion experience. The brownie probably tasted bad, was from dubious sources, and might have even been given to you by an unwashed person at a […]

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Source: dichohecho, via Flickr If you have ever had a pot brownie (and we’re not saying you have), more likely than not you don’t remember it as an especially pleasant ingestion experience. The brownie probably tasted bad, was from dubious sources, and might have even been given to you by an unwashed person at a […]

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