Kitchen Toke magazine: Fall 2020 (pre-order)
This issue is packed with information you need, and recipes as diverse as the talented people we’ve featured. We made sure they are easy to pull off, using accessible ingredients, and that they’re affordable and fun to help prepare you for the months ahead.
Before cannabis can be used in a recipe, it must be activated or decarboxylated to maximize all of its benefits. Traditionally, de-carbing meant heating the buds at a low temperature for two to three hours in the oven. This method, however, can destroy flavor and lead to bitterness. Learn how to preserve both the consistency and the terpene flavors by using our sous vide process.
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