2-Step Ganja Oil Bread Dip
Aug21

2-Step Ganja Oil Bread Dip

2-Step Ganja Oil Bread Dip Spice up your bread dip with this exciting 2-Step Ganja Oil Bread Dip recipe! Ingredients: 1/2-1 gram marijuana 2-3 tbsp olive oil chopped garlic, to taste oregano, to taste Directions: Sautée the marijuana in olive oil. Cook gently on low heat for 1 hour. Try adding some chopped garlic and oregano OR Combine 1 Tablespoon of Ganja Oil Bread Dip & 1 Tablespoon of Balsamic vinegar and sprinkle a little salt and pepper for...

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Cannabis Infused Olive Oil
Aug20

Cannabis Infused Olive Oil

Cannabis Infused Olive Oil can be used as a substitute whenever you would normally use olive oil! It’s the best way to sauté veggies, or drizzle over salad. Ingredients: – 1 1/2 cups of Virgin or Extra Virgin Olive Oil – 1 ounce Marijuana Equipment: – Cheese cloth (to strain the weed) -Small crock pot Directions: Begin by placing 1 1/2 cups of olive oil in the crock pot on low. Don’t grind any of the marijuana, this breaks down too much of the plant matter and will lead to chlorophyll tasting butter. Keep crock pot on low for 4 hours to let the cannabis combine with the fat from the olive oil. Place the cheese cloth over a mason jar and pour the liquid through the cheese cloth to strain out the plant material. (See Tips & Tricks for video) Squeeze to extract as much of the oil as possible into the mason jar. You now have some medicinal olive oil...

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CannaButter Recipe in 10 Easy Steps
Aug20

CannaButter Recipe in 10 Easy Steps

Follow these 10 Easy Steps for either Stove-Top or Crock-Pot CannaButter. It’s made with 3 ingredients: butter, water, & marijuana.  You can also use bud, hash or kief for this recipe, however that can be expensive, so this recipe calls for trim. At EMarijuana Recipes we use a deep water culture hydroponic growing method, therefore all the trim is as rich in trichome crystals as the bud.  If you are looking for more information about growing highly-potent cannabis visit our Growing Marijuana Pinterest Page for resources. CannaButter Crock-Pot Method Ingredients: 2 Cups (4 sticks) of unsalted butter (DO NOT use margarine as a substitute!) 8 Cups water 3 Ounces Marijuana (trim, bud, or keif) Equipment: Large Crock Pot Candy Thermometer Cheese cloth (to strain the weed) French Press (helpful but not necessary) Time: 6 hours Directions: First, start by adding 8 cups of water to the crock pot, cover, and let the water heat for 1 hour. Then add 3 ounces of marijuana (trim, bud, or keif) and let heat for another hour. Melt 2 cups (4 sticks) of butter in the crock pot on low. Keep crock pot on low for 4 hours to let the cannabis combine with the lipids from the butter. Now that the CannaButter has had plenty of time to incorporate with the weed place the cheese cloth over a heat-proof bowl and pour the liquid through the cheese cloth to strain out the plant material. Or place all of the weed Squeeze to extract as much of the CannaButter/water solution as possible. Cover the bowl with plastic or aluminum foil and put into the fridge overnight. You will have a solid layer of marijuana CannaButter on the top of the murky green/gray water. Use a knife to cut in between the bowl and the hardened CannaButter, you will have one solid chunk of incredible CannaButter. Then toss water.  (DO NOT USE the leftover water, it’s just the waste of chlorophyll). Place the cannabis CannaButter in air tight containers and place in the freezer (This keeps the marijuana CannaButter fresh and potent). *Important Tips: Don’t grind any of the marijuana. This breaks down too much of the plant matter and will lead to a chlorophyll taste Don’t decarboxylate.“Decarboxylation” is a complex word to describe heating herb to cannabinoid acids into a form that is readily usable by the body. Cannabinoids are chemicals found in the cannabis plant that bind to cells in the body to produce effects. Sometimes decarboxylation is called “activating” or “decarbing.” I have seen many weed-CannaButter recipes that recommend baking the herb in the oven to decarb. It is not necessary to decarb using this recipe because you are heating up the marijuana and decarbing using the crock-pot. CannaButter Stove...

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