Before cannabis can be used in a recipe, it must be activated or decarboxylated to maximize all of its benefits. Traditionally, decarbing 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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Kitchen Toke magazine: Winter 2020
In the Winter issue, we celebrate legalization in Illinois with some Chicago favorites – an infused dinner with actor and cannabis farm owner Jim Belushi, a talk with influencer Elise Swopes about how a local kid made good, and a tour of Chicago dispensaries and hidden-gem restaurants. Ry Prichard tells of the benefits of cooking with terpene profiles, and we share three accounts of how ancient civilizations used cannabis.
Try not to eat the filling before the sandwiches are made.
Photo by Eva Kolenko Infused Cherry Cookie Hand Pies 2½ cups flour, plus more for dusting ¼ teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon kosher salt 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened 6 tablespoons CBD/hemp butter, softened ¾ cup sugar 1 large egg 4 tablespoons whole milk,...