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  1. Hi Cannabis-infused hot chocolate won't harsh your marsh-mellow Put some daze in your holidays First came the cannabis-infused turkey gravy for Thanksgiving. Now California cannabis-edibles company Kiva Confections is tackling the rest of your holiday-season stress with a hot chocolate mix made with THC. "Kiva's Hot Chocolate contains one of the fastest-acting and most bioavailable cannabinoids available in edibles today, with an onset time of 15 minutes or less," the company said in a press release on Monday. That means you can go from hot cocoa to totally chill in a blink of Rudolph's nose. Cannabis gets creative This Thanksgiving gravy infused with cannabis should ease family stress On 420, Carl's Jr. stirs the pot with cannabis-infused burger This hot-chocolate mix comes in a $5 single-serving pouch. You just add hot water or milk and stir it up. The packets are only available from certain shops in California, so the rest of the world will just have to deal with holiday stress in the usual way: by collapsing into a fetal position in the corner of the room while the relatives argue. Just kidding; I'm sure your family is lovely and you're going to have a great time together. But you might keep some THC cocoa handy just in case. https://www.cnet.com/news/best-nintendo-switch-deals-for-2019-get-10-off-switch-or-switch-lite/ Bongme
  2. Hi Cannabis-infused Edibles Market 2019-2025 Study and Future Prospects Including key players- Dutch Windmill Spirits, Heineken, Coalition Brewing A new report by Garner Insights titled, ‘Global Cannabis-infused Edibles Market’ has been released with trustworthy information and accurate forecasts for a better understanding of the present market scenario. The report offers an in-depth analysis of the global market, including qualitative insights, historical data, and verifiable projections about the market size and share. The forecasts mentioned in the report have been acquired using proven research assumptions and methodologies. By doing so, this research study serves as a useful depository of analysis and information for every market landscape, including but not limited to: Regional markets, technology, types, end-users, and applications. More here, Links within Links... https://www.cleevenews.co.uk/2019/10/03/cannabis-infused-edibles-market/ Bongme
  3. First demon red chilli

    From the album Summer 2019

  4. veg burger with baked halloumi.

    From the album Food and stuff

    © bluntz27

  5. Hi How to make medible cannabis gummies at home Aside from being cute and convenient, gummies are a flavorful, fun and effective way to medicate. If possible, make these candies in a silicon mold and they’ll pop right out after being chilled. It’s also helpful to taste the mixture before pouring it into the mold. If the weed taste is too strong, try adding some additional honey. Ganja Gummies Makes 24 servings THC per serving: 5 mg Ingredients 1 large package orange Jell-O 1-1/2 cups orange juice, divided 1/2 cup honey 1/4 cup Cannabis Infused Cooking Oil, preferably coconut 4 packets gelatin Dash cornstarch Instructions Combine the Jell-O and 1 cup of orange juice in a medium saucepan. Add the honey and canna-oil and heat slowly, stirring frequently. In a small bowl, mix the gelatin with the remaining orange juice and allow to sit for 5 minutes. Add the gelatin to the Jell-O and cook over low heat for 5-7 minutes. Whisk almost constantly and get the sides of the pan. Pour the ganja gummies mixture into silicon molds or coated mini paper cups. Allow to cool at room temperature and then chill in the fridge. Remove the ganja gummies from the molds. Toss each candy with a bit of cornstarch to prevent sticking. Cannabis-Infused Cooking Oil The steps to infusing oil are the same regardless of the type of oil used. You can even make a blend of oils if you like. My favorite is coconut oil. It infuses beautifully and can even be used as a topical remedy. Prep Time: 30 minutes Cook Time: 3 hours Total Time: 3 hours, 30 minutes Much like Canna-Butter, Cannabis-Infused Cooking Oil is an easy, versatile staple for at-home edibles. Ingredients 7 grams cannabis, decarbed (see directions below) 1 pint (16 ounces) cooking oil such as coconut, olive, avocado, canola Instructions In a medium saucepan, heat the oil over low heat until thoroughly warmed. Add the decarbed cannabis to the oil. Stir to mix. Continue to cook over low heat for 3 hours, stirring occasionally. The oil should not boil or simmer, although it may bubble occasionally. Line a fine mesh strainer with cheesecloth and place it over a large, heat-safe bowl. Carefully pour the oil through the cheesecloth, allowing any excess oil to strain through. Remove the cheesecloth from the strainer, using gloves if the oil is still very hot, and squeeze any remaining oil into the bowl. Allow the oil to cool completely before transferring to an airtight container. How to decarb cannabis Preheat your oven to 240 degrees. Grind up your cannabis. While a blender, food processor or coffee grinder will work best here, you can do this manually with a knife and cutting board. Distribute your ground marijuana on an parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake for 40 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool. If not using immediately, store your cannabis in an air-tight container in a cool, dark place. Do not cover until your marijuana is completely cooled. https://mailtribune.com/so-good-herb/how-to-make-medible-cannabis-gummies-at-home Bongme
  6. veggie hot pizza

    From the album Food and stuff

    veggies, olives green chillies.

    © bluntz27

  7. Iv got a loads of stalks in a baggy iv built up from about 3 or 4 oz’s of weed so probs 4 or 5 g’s of stalk but I don’t know what to do with um... Iv tried making tea before with a similar amount but didn’t really feel much effect.. I dunno if maybe I did something wrong but it just didn’t work so was wondering if anyone has any recipes that include stalks in other food or drink ? Cheers, Joe
  8. stew

    From the album Food and stuff

    © bluntz27

  9. From the album Food and stuff

    © bluntz27

  10. sweet n sour pork with noodles

    From the album Food and stuff

    charred pork with veg and noodles with some ground weed and chillies.

    © bluntz27

  11. pie

    From the album Food and stuff

    mmm

    © bluntz27

  12. fidgetpie

    From the album Food and stuff

    Made fidget pie (pork,apple,potato and spice and herbs)

    © bluntz27

  13. pepper chicken

    From the album Food and stuff

    just cooked dinner for me and mrs Bluntz.

    © bluntz27

  14. pepperchicken

    From the album Food and stuff

    © bluntz27

  15. FOOD -Scalloped Potato Roll

    From the album Food and things

    Here is the Recipe for Scalloped Potato Roll. Enjoy
  16. Hi there, I'm new to the scene. I don't know much about giving the plant nutrients. I have looked all over the internet an can't seem to find a simple guide telling me, how much and when I should be giving the plant it's nutrients. Also, what nutrients to use, as there are so many different opinions. I'm looking for an all in one, so I don't have to buy too many products. I have heard some growers say that nutrients don't matter, but I am unsure. Any advice would be awesome.
  17. passata

    From the album growing and extracting