What do you imagine when you think of a marijuana edible? Probably a brownie, cookie, gummy, or chocolate bar. If you’re the type of person that requires a high dose of THC to get high, you might have to put on a few pounds or risk diabetes just to get high with sweet edibles. Some people don’t want to inhale any form of marijuana but may also be on a diet or opposed to sweets. Your dentist will probably be hype you ate a whole bag of extra sweet marijuana lozenges just to get high but you should know there are other options. Fortunately, with the rising popularity of legal marijuana, savory edible options are becoming more abundant. This is good news for those of us with less of a sweet tooth.
Here are some savory instead of sweet edible options.
A twist on the traditional Jewish soup dumpling made from a mixture of matzah meal, eggs, water, and a fat, such as oil, margarine, or chicken fat.” By adding canna-olive oil to the mix, you’ll have a savory cannabis-infused matzo ball soup in no time. It takes about 40 minutes to prep the meal and an hour and 30 minutes to cook it.
The sweet cannabis candies are marketed to a younger “stoner” crowd but there are now several options of edibles that appeal to more than just 21 year old men. You can find out the ingredients and cooking instructions for this recipe and others on Jeffthe420chef.com
There are multiple ways to make this dish. You can spend 8 hours rinsing and soaking dry beans or you can just open up a can of premade beans and add cannabutter into the mix. If you’re a food critic you may want to make the beans the long way but if the closest you’ve come to culinary excellence is scrambled eggs you may want to go with option B. The ingredients and instructions for all methods can be found at the link above.
You should be able to prep and bake some hot buttery cannabiscuits in less than an hours time. If you’ve got access to cannabis oil in it’s solid form, you can have the ultimate breakfast wake and bake. The ingredients and instructions are all in the link above.
Medicated Hot Wings
You can make medicated hot wings in the same way you make regular hot wings. The beauty of cannabutter is any recipe that uses butter can be infused with marijuana. Just use cannabutter in the place of butter when making your hot wings and you’ll have em ready in no time.
If you don’t even want to make your own hot wings you can just order wings from wherever, even a chinese food spot, then add medicated hot sauce to it in the same way you would add tabasco to a dish.
If you like spice and want something savory that can be added to nearly any dish you can use medicated hot sauce. Just pay attention to the dosage, don’t use a 500mg bottle of hot sauce to soak a bowl of wings. A few squirts out of the bottle should do the trick no need to incapacitate yourself for several hours.