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The Ultimate Summer Food: Strawberry Salad With Coconut-Cannabis Dressing

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The Ultimate Summer Food: Strawberry Salad With Coconut-Cannabis Dressing

 

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For anyone looking to add a little extra green to their salad, how about some fresh cannabis leaves?

The flavor depends on the particular strain that you’re using, according to NYC chef Nick Testa, but they’re always herbaceous. He uses them just like he would any other green, like kale, arugula or watercress.

 

“For this particular salad, I use something with a citrusy leaf, like either a Sour Diesel or Kosher Kush,” says Testa.

 

The leaves of the cannabis plant have no psychoactive properties; you’re simply taking them for their flavor notes and their terpenes, which is the essence of the marijuana leaf, the flavoring that comes from it. 

 

Testa says he lives in a predominantly Greek neighborhood in Queens, where good feta and Kalamata olives are ubiquitous.


“There are dozens of different kinds of feta to experiment with, according to your taste. Before I moved to the  neighborhood six years ago, I’d had Greek salads in diners, but I didn’t really start eating them regularly until living here. Now I eat at least one a week.

 

I wanted to incorporate those ingredients into a spring salad, and walking past a display of beautiful, fragrant pack of strawberries at the market — that quintessential spring aroma — inspired the dish. It’s got sweet, savory, salty and umami notes notes as well as some of the classic Greek flavors.”

 

Strawberry Salad with Coconut-Poppy-THC Dressing By Nick Testa

 

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https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/the-ultimate-summer-food-strawberry-salad-with-coconut-cannabis-dressing/

 

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On 03/06/2017 at 1:00 PM, bongme said:

Hi

 

The Ultimate Summer Food: Strawberry Salad With Coconut-Cannabis Dressing

 

cannabis

 

For anyone looking to add a little extra green to their salad, how about some fresh cannabis leaves?

The flavor depends on the particular strain that you’re using, according to NYC chef Nick Testa, but they’re always herbaceous. He uses them just like he would any other green, like kale, arugula or watercress.

 

“For this particular salad, I use something with a citrusy leaf, like either a Sour Diesel or Kosher Kush,” says Testa.

 

The leaves of the cannabis plant have no psychoactive properties; you’re simply taking them for their flavor notes and their terpenes, which is the essence of the marijuana leaf, the flavoring that comes from it. 

 

Testa says he lives in a predominantly Greek neighborhood in Queens, where good feta and Kalamata olives are ubiquitous.


“There are dozens of different kinds of feta to experiment with, according to your taste. Before I moved to the  neighborhood six years ago, I’d had Greek salads in diners, but I didn’t really start eating them regularly until living here. Now I eat at least one a week.

 

I wanted to incorporate those ingredients into a spring salad, and walking past a display of beautiful, fragrant pack of strawberries at the market — that quintessential spring aroma — inspired the dish. It’s got sweet, savory, salty and umami notes notes as well as some of the classic Greek flavors.”

 

Strawberry Salad with Coconut-Poppy-THC Dressing By Nick Testa

 

How to make on link

 

https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/the-ultimate-summer-food-strawberry-salad-with-coconut-cannabis-dressing/

 

Bongme 

Ooooh. I love this, my kinda food, beautiful!

Eliza.

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