The beauty of edibles is that the experience is usually deeper and more relaxing than the regular direct hit to the brain that vaping dabs create. However, it can get even better if you visit your kitchen and cook them for yourself!
Don’t worry if you are one of those with a lack of taste or skill. By using cannabis concentrates on making these goodies, you won’s need special recipes. Simply add the pure concentrate to your favorite dish, or use cannabutter instead of any fat, oil, or butter portion of your cherished food.
So, without more introduction, here is the recipe for the building block for almost anything you want to cook.
If everything already tastes fantastic with butter, imagine the creations that will come to life if you use Cannabutter.
Ingredients and tools
- One gram of concentrate
- Jar (For storage)
We know the goal is to get high, but you don’t want to lose your mind. So, before adding the concentrate into the butter, you have to determine your edible dosage.
Tip: One gram of concentrate can contain anywhere between 60 and 95 percent THC. People typically use one gram for every cup of butter.
- Melt butter in the saucepan
- Add your decarboxylated concentrate and simmer for 2-3 minutes. Ensure your concentrates quickly and gently become well-distributed into the warm butter.
- Pour the butter into a jar.
Last note: If this will be your first time with edibles, consider that the psychotropic effects can take up to 2-hours. Be patient! Wait for at least 2-hours before increasing consumption.
If you are going to cook this holiday, do it r(h)igh.